The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence

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About The CTLE

The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) at Atlantic Cape Community College supports the faculty in achieving effective, student-centered instruction and learning through professional development activities that reflect the College's values of collaboration, innovation and inclusion.

To this end, the chair and/or other designated faculty and staff representing The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) meet in-person or remotely in a wide variety of formats for optimal benefit to empower the faculty in this endeavor.

Digital Resources

The CTLE provides faculty with relevant teaching information, resources, and links in a variety of ways to facilitate their instructional efficacy. Look for weekly "Teaching Tip Tuesday" emails in which the chair shares relevant and timely information and resources.

Of particular note is the digital archive of teaching resources, housing recordings and/or handouts of prior CTLE events and communications for faculty use.


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Accessible to faculty with an email address.

Faculty Support & Development

One-on-One Sessions: Email to set up an in-person or remote appointment to review and/or practice specific tools, address teaching needs, or discuss resources and ideas for course assignments, activities, and greater student engagement. Sessions can run anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes!

Group Training Sessions: The CTLE regularly conducts or hosts training sessions (in-person or remotely) for faculty to enhance and expand their teaching practices. Training topics come from suggestions listed on faculty evaluations of previous events, CTLE research of regional and national educational trends, and specific requests.

Adjunct AcademyEvery spring semester, the CTLE conducts a half-day training on a Saturday morning to offer all faculty an opportunity to connect and learn in a conference-style format. Save the Date (February 22, 2025) for Adjunct Academy 7.0!  More information will be provided in late Fall. 

Contact the Chair

Susan DePhilippis
Professor of ESL
Chair, Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence
(609) 343-5026