Full-Time Faculty: Your Spring Term Welcome Back event is Thursday, January 4th starting at 8:30 AM. Get all the details, including the link to register for workshops and information on your Academic Discipline meeting that afternoon.
Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Supporting and Serving EFSC Faculty
Welcome to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Eastern Florida State College. The CETL strengthens teaching across the College by connecting faculty with information, resources and best practice ideas that enhance learning.
The CETL also facilitates faculty collaboration and the discussion of new developments in higher education — helping our faculty in their role as innovators.
Simply put: we're a clearinghouse for all the tools that support excellence in teaching.
The power of collaboration
Connections with our colleagues can lead to new ideas, whether our collaborations take place via faculty committees, on-site workshops, or virtual discussions. We encourage full- and part-time EFSC faculty to submit a CETL workshop proposal.
Explore CETL information and faculty resources:
The Eastern Florida State College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) serves as catalyst for a college-wide, student-centered approach to teaching. We promote academic excellence by providing leadership, resources, and opportunities for collaboration.
Using faculty talent and experience, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning organizes and distributes instructional resources. We strive to inspire innovative teaching practices that benefit our diverse student body. The Center nurtures personal and professional growth and we foster an institutional climate that values faculty achievement. In addition, opportunities for collaboration between faculty, staff, and administration are also provided.
Faculty Credentialing — Login Required
Credentialing Manual [To ensure you view and/or download current version, refresh your browser after opening to clear your cache]
Important College documents related to faculty needs, human resources and more can be accessed through the myEFSC Portal.
Once logged in, click the Document Center icon for access to the secure repository located in the portal.
This document for faculty contains guidance on a variety of student situations such as if the student is struggling academically, personally or financially; asks for a letter of reference; has issues with classroom behavior and many more topics related to the interaction between faculty and EFSC students.
Other EFSC Resources:
Minimum Requirements for Hybrid Courses (Updates Coming Soon)