Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning

May 2019, Wesleyan Teams With Brescia University on a 10-Day Educational Tour of London and Paris!

**Info Session Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 12:15 in Hahn 106.

Check out this new addition to the CETL Collaboratory:

The Lightboard is an engaging tool available for all Wesleyan faculty to film their lessons.



The Center for Engaged Teaching & Learning (CETL) works for change in the teaching and learning environment at Kentucky Wesleyan College, serving as the catalyst for increasing active-learning experiences and community engagement throughout the curriculum and through co-curricular activities. CETL works with faculty, staff and students to design engaging, significant, and meaningful learning experiences in and out of the classroom.  CETL staff provide leadership and support for a wide range of high-impact practices such as active-learning pedagogies, service learning, undergraduate research, scholarly and creative activities, problem/inquiry-based learning, collaborative/cooperative learning, study abroad, and pro-active advising.

Interested in service and leadership? Wesleyan Bonner Leaders intern at local community partners, participate in leadership development, and get paid through Federal Work Study*. For application Click here.

*Must be eligible for Federal Work Study to be paid.


Active Learning
Active Learning in action! Physics professor Dr. Lawrence Armendarez demonstrates the concept of trajectory to his students with his homemade potato cannon.


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