Professional Development

Center for Teaching Excellence

Professional Development


The Spring 2014 Professional Development Workshop schedule is shown below. Click the link for a PDF file of the schedule with descriptions of the workshops. We look forward to seeing you there!


  • All workshops will be held in the Experimental Classroom (LC 231). 
  • Workshops are open to any faculty (full-time or adjunct), staff or administrators.
  • Click here to view Professional Development Schedule

CTE Mission Statement:
The Center for Teaching Excellence is a community of educators serving as catalysts and resources for professional growth and innovative teaching to enhance student learning and achievement.


Our Commitment:
We seek opportunities to identify and import best practices and innovative strategies of curriculum design, teaching and assessment.  Faculty come together to discuss these findings and topics which speak to their abilities to deliver quality education to a diverse population of students.  We are committed to infusing Lorain County Community College with enthusiasm and passion for excellent teaching.         





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MyTuition Guarantee

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