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Temple University Teaching & Learning Center: Fostering Excellent Teaching
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    Earn the Teaching in Higher Education Certificate
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    Enhance your teaching with research-based practices
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    Discuss your course with a TLC Consultant or Faculty Fellow
  • Steve Kreinberg at TTS Conference
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    Attend our Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence
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Conferences

15th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 - 8:15am
Howard Gittis Student Center, 200

Lunch with Temple's Award Winning Teachers

Thursday, January 26, 2017 -
12:00pm-1:30pm
TECH Center, 111

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    9:15 PM - 6 Dec 2016

Featured Story

In transitioning to teaching an online course for my first time four years ago, I was initially drawn by the promise of flexibility. Yes! I could work in my pajamas, from anywhere with internet access. I could work around my toddler’s schedule; teaching online afforded me the opportunity to balance work with parenting. While I found that these benefits did exist, what I didn’t expect was feeling burnt out at the end of the semester.

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