The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) helps students, faculty, and staff use research-based learning and teaching methods to support academic achievement, equity, and post-graduation success for all CSU students.
Our programs integrate peer education, undergraduate research, course redesigns, curricular alignment, educational technologies, and teaching-related professional development. By connecting these components, we help make robust learning the hallmark of a CSU education.
TILT Annual ReportFall 2019 – Spring 2020
Through 2023, we will:
- Support large-enrollment, high-DFW course redesigns that use educational technologies to free class time for research-based instructional approaches;
- Incorporate undergraduate peer learning assistants into targeted courses and provide a tiered model of peer educator support in other courses;
- Redesign our professional development in hybrid format, align offerings with our Teaching Effectiveness Framework, and integrate learning analytics training and resources;
- Engage at least 25% of CSU instructors in research-based professional development;
- With campus partners, build a Diverse Peer Educator Network for CSU peer educators of color and help all interested to pursue undergraduate research roles and nationally competitive scholarships;
- Address equity in program assessments and measure short-term indicators likely to align with long-term improvements in key student success metrics (e.g., course success rates).