Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University does everything possible to help our students succeed in their chosen careers. Faculty play a major role in this effort, and so they must be experts in their disciplines, as well as in teaching practices.
The Centers for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) at our campuses were created to support the university's 3,000-plus full-time and adjunct faculty members in their teaching endeavors. Simply put, CTLE enhances teaching at Embry-Riddle.
The centers assist faculty in a variety of ways that help them to be lifelong learners in their craft. In doing so, this makes our faculty more effective educators and more productive, collaborative, and valuable members of the university community.
Learn how the CTLE supports our 400-plus full- and part-time faculty members at the Daytona Beach Campus.
Though the Prescott Campus does not have a CTLE, the Educational Technology Department acts in a similar faculty-supporting role.
Learn how the Rothwell CTLE supports our 3,000-plus full-time professors and adjunct faculty at Worldwide.
We hire only the best faculty. At Embry-Riddle, professors share the knowledge they’ve gained from decades of industry and higher-learning experience to our students to ensure that graduates will be better prepared than the competition in the workforce.
By supporting faculty through services such as consulting, grants, and workshops, CTLE promotes effective teaching strategies, educational technology, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
If you are interested in becoming part of an academic community that is committed to the education of its students and its faculty, see the links below:
Daytona Beach CTLE
Prescott Educational Technology
Worldwide Rothwell CTLE