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Regular Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Phone: 607.844.6580

607.844.6580
admissions@TC3.edu

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What's New at the CTC?


Here's what teachers had to say about the second annual Connecting, Collaborating and Celebrating the Art of Teaching Conference held April 11 at Onondaga Community College


               "Great conference, great keynote, great opportunity to learn new best practices for quick application into my classroom."


               "This conference is a great way to network with colleagues who are nearby and colleagues from other disciplines."


               "The conference was a great experience. The content, learning, and networking aspects were wonderful."


              "It was a great day, went by fast and felt engaged. Attention span also better when the topics are applicable and practical."


              "Thank you for a great conference. It was an inspiring and uplifting event."

The CTC will have information about next year's conference starting in the fall.



Roundtables for Week of April 21

Monday, April 21      Noon      CTC

Using Skype for Class Guests

Reaching beyond the classroom by inviting cyber speakers and participants for long distance interaction. Have you ever wanted to invite a guest speaker to class who does not live close by? How about that author or international partner you would like your students to interact with during your course? It’s all possible with a little planning and use of Skype! Learn how in our CTC Roundtable.
Presented by: "Sue" Stafford


Wednesday, April 23            

No Roundtable today. We'll see you at the Earth Week Student Panel!

Third Annual Earth Week Student Panel     Noon     Room 210

Who’s Got a Stake in Earth Day? How Race & Socioeconomic Background Impact Our Perceptions

Come listen to TC3 students from a variety of locales talk about their experience with environmental and social justice issues.


Monthly Reading & Discussion Group

The monthly Reading & Discussion Group provides that much-sought-after opportunity: a chance to talk with other teachers about your shared experience. Each month we read an article or book chapter about some aspect of teaching and get together for discussion. Fourth Wednesday of the month from 4-5:30 in the CTC.
Next Meeting: April 23           
Reading: Parts 3 and 4 of Multiplication is for White People by Lisa Delpit. The Library has six nooks available with the book already downloaded.


Every day at the CTC

The CTC door is always open. If you need some space to spread out and work, or if you're looking for a quiet, relaxing place to chat with colleagues between classes or over lunch, please make yourself at home.

We have three computers, a black and white printer, a color printer and a scanner to help with your work. We also have comfy sofas and chairs where you can read or chat, a microwave for heating your lunch, and some professional reading you might want to peruse. And check out our photo gallery, curated by TC3's own Harry Littell.


About the CTC

The mission of the College Teaching Center is to help educators share resources and experiences to enhance teaching and learning.

How do I contact the CTC?

You can e-mail the CTC directly or contact faculty coordinator Barbara Kobritz or adjunct coordinator Patty Buchanan.

What does the CTC do?

The CTC:

  • Organizes and hosts roundtable discussions
  • Sponsors and manages the Professional Development Mentoring Program
  • Co-sponsors the annual Connecting, Collaborating and Celebrating the Art of Teaching conference
  • Houses computers, printers and scanner for faculty use
  • Houses publications on teaching and learning
  • Provides orientation for adjunct faculty
  • Provides a place and a space for faculty to converse and interact.

Where is the CTC?

The CTC is located in the Library on the second floor of the Baker Commons.

Who runs the CTC?

The CTC is managed by a Board of Directors, with both elected and appointed positions. Elections are held every May. Faculty and adjunct faculty members who are interested in serving should notify our current chair, Travis Vande Berg.

Each year the Board selects two paid coordinators, one faculty and one adjunct.

Current Board members:

2011 - 2014

  • Travis Vande Berg – Chair
  • Carol Sammis – Faculty

2012-2015

  • Cornelia Rea –Faculty
  • ThankGod Imo – Faculty
  • Michele Whitecraft – Adjunct Faculty

2013 - 2016

  • Kelly Wessell - Faculty
  • Jeanne Cameron - Faculty
  • Katrina Campbell - Faculty
  • Nancy Estep – Adjunct Faculty

Ex-officio

  • Victoria Zeppelin – College Now/Tech. Prep External Representative
  • Bob Yavits – Instructional Software Specialist

Administrative Liaisons

  • Khaki Wunderlich – Dean of Organizational Success and Learning, non-voting
  • Carl Penziul – Dean of Instruction, non-voting

Coordinators for 2013-2014