With the ultimate goal of improving student learning outcomes, the FIT faculty development program, anchored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching, assists and supports faculty in the development, use and assessment of effective instructional and curricular strategies. The CET also provides support for innovative, educational exploration across the curriculum, and staff work collaboratively with faculty to incorporate student-centered, pedagogically-sound technology into the classroom.
"You cannot teach today the same way you did yesterday to prepare students for tomorrow." – John Dewey
Syllabus Connect Pilot. A project funded by the FIT Sustainability Council. A proof of concept prototype digital syllabus with many potential benefits.
The Gladys Marcus Library Presentation on 3D Printing Technology
|Adjunct Summer Institute: Flipped Reversed and Wired
Presentations, documents and video.
|Watch Conference on Instructional Technology (CIT 2014)
Presentations and Keynote
|Curriculum Mapping and the Role of Student Learning Outcomes in Assessment
Presentation by Michael Heel, Assistant Director of Curriculum and Assessment at Monroe Community College, SUNY