The center maintains a list of faculty members willing to allow colleagues to observe their teaching by appointment and after discussion. No special talent in any area is implied by being on this list, other than a willingness to share teaching experience. Faculty interested in observing a new teaching technique, or seeing how a technique works in a different discipline, can contact listed faculty members directly.
What is a “MODIFIED CLASS SCHEDULE?”
When all members of the College community are invited to the Abbey Church for the celebration of Mass at 10:30 a.m., such as the Beginning of the Academic Year, All Saint’s Day, or other special events, a modified class schedule provides for shortened class time to make it possible for anyone to attend the mass.
The following schedule of morning classes will be observed as the modified class schedule for M/W/F classes:
• 8/8:30 a.m. classes - will meet 8/8:30 a.m. until 9:00 a.m.
• 9:30 a.m. classes - will meet 9:10 a.m. until 9:40 a.m.
• 10:30 a.m. classes - will meet 9:50 a.m. until 10:20 a.m.
• Mass in the Abbey Church 10:30 a.m.
• The regular class schedule resumes at 11:30 a.m.
In support of the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Geisel Library has a collection of resources on teaching, learning, and other issues relevant to college faculty.
Geisel Library’s Center for Teaching Excellence guide is designed to help faculty locate books, ebooks, journal articles, and online resources about teaching and learning.
For resources on remote learning, see the Online Teaching & Learning page on the guide.
Teaching excellence is demonstrated when all students can be successful. Faculty development that leads to creating, maintaining and supporting others for an equitable, inclusive, and diverse learning community has always been and will continue to be an important part of the mission of the CTE, in keeping with the mission and strategic plan of the college. Programming and library resources are available to support these goals. The CTE fully supports the ongoing initiatives and efforts of others in the college community, which are described on the Resources for Racial Justice webpage.
Saint Anselm College is committed to meeting the needs of students with documented physical, sensory, psychiatric, and learning disabilities. To disclose a disability and request academic accommodations, please email or call Jenne Powers, who will assist you in making contact with faculty members and/or arranging support services and accommodations available within the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and elsewhere. To ensure that accommodations are arranged in a timely manner, you are encouraged to make your request at the beginning of each semester.
For questions concerning support services, documentation guidelines, or disability issues, please contact Dr. Jenne Powers, Director of the Academic Resource Center, by phone at 603.641.7193 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.