The TRC organizes regular workshops on teaching strategies and innovations. Please visit our OrgSync portal to see the Calendar of Events by clicking on Calendar or OrgSync above. The Center provides support for technology integration with the assistance of CSUSB's ATI (Academic Technologies & Innovations) and programs offered through the CSU Chancellor's Office.
Consulting and Referrals
The Center offers individual, confidential help regarding instructional design and the development of instructional materials. We assist faculty in assessing their own teaching, e.g., by videotaping a class session. It also assists faculty in locating and accessing teaching resources on campus.
Transfer and Dissemination
The Center promotes mentoring among colleagues and will assist in arranging faculty visitations. Through newsletters, this website and the OrgSync Portal, the Center reports on grant activities related to instructional development and learning productivity. Teaching strategies and innovations by CSUSB faculty are also featured. The Center sponsors exhibits of faculty projects related to teaching strategies and innovations.
Special Projects and Services
A three-year program for New Faculty is conducted by TRC in cooperation with the Office of Academic Personnel. The program supports new faculty in developing their individual agenda on teaching strategies appropriate to their field of study. The Center also provides follow-up services for its workshop participants. This is provided either individually or through group discussions on the TRC OrgSync portal.
Fall Poster Session & Opening Luncheon
Each Fall the TRC sponsors a faculty event featuring posters and discussions related to innovative teaching practices. This event is followed by a luncheon, talk and discussion of issues related to teaching.
In cooperation with ATI, the Spring Faculty Showcase is a PechaKucha/Ignite - style event where faculty have 5 minutes to present their teaching strategies and innovations. This fast-paced mini-conference will give you lots of ideas in just two hours.
[Last updated September 2019]