The Heart of Higher Education

By Guest Author: Janel Seeley While sipping coffee and relaxing in comfortable chairs, faculty participated in conversations for an hour every other week, for four weeks. The dialogue revolved around the book, “The Heart of Higher Education.” (Palmer and Zajonc, […]

West Meets East, Dave’s Visit to China

In 2011, the national education ministry in China mandated the formation of teaching and learning centers at all institutions of higher learning. This past November 23rd and 24th, I had the opportunity to travel to China to visit with teaching […]

Tools for Teaching and Learning

By Guest Writer: Karen Brinkley This semester, I am teaching a freshmen course. Despite still being a millennial myself (although just barely), I expected students to be doing circles around me when it came to technology and, to some extent, […]

“It’s a Wrap!”

By Guest Writer: Lauren McCaugherty It’s October, which means that midterms are just around the corner. Like every year, campus will be buzzing with activity as students take to the library to study and instructors put the finishing touches on […]

How Do You Connect with Other Instructors?

By Guest Writer: Karen Brinkley Do you ever find yourself wondering what other faculty within your department, college, or institution are doing in their teaching ? Many instructorswho have spoken to the TennTLC recently have expressed an interest in learning about what techniques […]