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Summer Professional Development Opportunities:


CETL and LTS staff are available all summer to help you as you begin to reflect on your semester and plan for fall classes. If you have a teaching or technology question, we invite you to contact us at or click on this survey link to select any of the topics that interest you. A CETL or LTS staff member will connect with you to set up a meeting.


Fall 2017 Opportunities:

Small Teaching Book Group

Looking for fresh, small and easy changes to enrich the learning experience of your students?

Small Teaching BookJoin CETL's book group this fall as we discover new approaches in Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning by James M. Lang.

Facilitated by April Bleske-Rechek, Small Teaching will present you with "an approach that seeks to spark positive changes in higher education through small but powerful modifications to our course design and teaching practices." A relatively small change, whether it's a 10 minute class activity or rephrasing a discussion question, can result in big learning.

Small Teaching is organized into three major units:
Small Teaching Units Graphic
If you would like to join, please contact CETL. You will receive a Doodle poll in September to help us determine the dates and times the book group will meet.

Building Inclusive Classrooms: Hmong Students and Culture

Charles Vue PhotoJoin Charles Vue, Associate Director of Multicultural Affairs, in discussion to better understand our Hmong students, as we strive to build more welcoming and productive classroom environments.

Attend one or more of the following sessions:

  • UW-Eau Claire student overview
  • Correct pronunciation of Hmong students' names
  • Where our students came from & what they brought with them
  • 40 years, Hmong in the U.S. - Who are our Hmong students?

If you would like to attend any of these sessions, please contact CETL. You will receive a Doodle poll in September to help us determine the dates and times to hold the sessions.