Our MissionBaylor University’s Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL) has a two-fold mission: globally, to support and inspire a flourishing community of learning; locally, to promote the integration of teaching, scholarship, collegiality, and service in a Christian environment. This pursuit of wholeness reflects the University’s pursuit of personal and academic integrity: the integrated person in the integrated community.
Category Archives: In Case You Missed It…
(SET) Dr. Beaujean, from the Education Psychology Department, recently led a SET on “evidence-based classroom assessment.” The take home message was clear: assessment, especially testing, is necessary and beneficial to both the student and the teacher. Testing improves long-term retention … Continue reading
SET – Great Power-points On March 4, Dr. Jim Kendrick shared the secrets to a great power point presentation with the ATL’s SET community. If you have ever worried that you might have too much text on your slides, or you … Continue reading
In Case You Missed It Dr. Sarah Walden led a Seminar for Excellence in Teaching titled: No More Waiting in Silence: Leading the Discussion-Oriented Class. What follows is a condensed version of Dr. Walden’s hour long talk on the discussion based … Continue reading
The ATL (hosted by graduate fellows Nate and Phillip) led a SET focused on the fascinating “behind the scenes” dynamics of making a course trailer for professors and departments here on Baylor’s campus. If you have never seen or heard … Continue reading
On Friday, Sept. 20th, The Academy for Teaching and Learning sponsored a breakfast and discussion session titled, “Engaging Students for Cross-cultural Development in the Classroom.” The ATL partnered with Baylor’s Campus Diversity Committee and Baylor’s Academy for Leader Development and … Continue reading