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Center for Quality Teaching and Learning

Center for Quality Teaching and Learning

Founded in 2004 to serve pre-kindergarten – post-secondary educators in the Columbus State University service area, the Center promotes and facilitates regional initiatives to advance the study and practice of quality teaching and learning. The Center is host to a regional learning community that is concerned with the learning of educators (professional development and research) and students (teaching) and the ways in which the learning of one directly benefits the other.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Center for Quality Teaching and Learning is to provide twenty-first century staff development for K-12 educators, provide community outreach programs, and provide twenty-first century learning opportunities to teacher education candidates in collaboration with surrounding school systems.

Relevant Workshops for Increasing Classroom Performance

Choose from two topics— Each Offered Two Different Times in Spring and Summer of 2014.
Open to all Partner School Network Educators. Call 706-565-3645 to register.

Technology Tools for Teachers

Details Coming Soon

Livetext training

Creating Engaging Lessons

Using Smart Board Technology

Dates for 2014 coming soon.

SMART Board Basics

Dates for 2014 coming soon.

Coming 2014

Technology Tools for Teachers

"Relevant Workshops for Increasing Classroom Performance ."
Choose from Several Topics.
Each Offered in the Spring 2014.
Open to Partner School Network Educators

TBA

Integrating Video Production in the Classroom Learn how to produce quality video productions and to incorporate this engaging learning activity into your curriculum.

Smart Board Training" The CQTL is offering several Smart Board Sessions. TBA

Register online or call 706-565-3645.

Registration form will show the times and dates the course if offered.