Center for Engagement and Learning - Services

The Center for Engagement and Learning provides individual and group consulting services for faculty, staff, departments and divisions to meet their professional development goals. We offer consultations and services in a variety of areas related to higher education including student and employee engagement, effective teaching and learning, Quality Matters standards, integrating educational technologies and pedagogical strategies in grounded and online courses.   

Instructional Design Consultation

Teaching & Learning Strategies

  • Increasing student engagement
  • Teaching for motivation and critical thinking
  • Preparing and delivering high quality content in the classroom and online
  • Applying Quality Matters in online courses.
  • Practical strategies for managing workload, information management, and improving digital/technology skills

Assessment

  • Identifying/refining course learning outcomes
  • Designing assessments that align with learning outcomes/benchmarks
  • Analyzing and interpreting assessment results to inform instructional design

Integrating Technology in the Classroom and Online

  • Effectively using technology to enhance instruction: i.e. Canvas LMS, blogs, wikis, digital audio/video, screencasts, clickers
  • Creating engaging online learning environments
  • Using the Canvas LMS
  • Exploring emerging technologies, mobile learning and digital content design

 

Contact

ceal@pierce.ctc.edu
General information and inquiries

Greg Brazell
Director, Center for Engagement and Learning
253-964-6696

Renee Phoenix
Instructional Designer, Center for Engagement and Learning
253-840-8485

Jessica Bodas
Program Coordinator
253-964-6781

Carrie West
Open Education Project Manager
253-912-3642

Ronald Shaw
Educational Technology Assistant
253-912-3694

Kyle Peirson
Educational Technology Assistant
253-912-3694 -