About CILT

Mission and Goals

The mission of the Center for Innovation Learning and Teaching is to improve the quality of instruction across campus leading to increased and deeper student learning.

The overarching goals of the Center are to:

  • establish and nurture a culture of critical reflection on teaching which engages the university faculty, staff and students to pursue innovation,
  • develop collaborations and excellence in teaching and learning, and
  • actively participate in the scholarship of teaching and learning.

The Center collaborates with academic programs to support student success by offering programs, services, individual assistance and resources designed to enhance the diverse development of faculty.

The Center collaborates with university administrators, faculty, and students to support effective pedagogy and student learning from diverse backgrounds, and helps promote an institutional vision for teaching excellence. This includes assessing and prioritizing needs, setting goals, and working towards accomplishing the goals.

JimOConnor

 

Jim O'Connor, Ph.D.

Director of the Center for Innovative Learning and Teaching, Western Division

Professor and Founding Dean Emeritus of the College of Education and Health Sciences, Touro University California

1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
jim.oconnor@tu.edu

Departments & Staff Members in CILT

Clinical Skills Laboratory

Cee Harrelson
CSL Director & Standardized Patient Program Director
Cee.Harrelson@tu.edu (707) 638-5869

Rebecca A Howard
CSL Standardized Patient Recruiter/Trainer
Rebecca.Howard@tu.edu (707) 638-5258

Stephen D Tessier
CSL Administrative Assistant
Stephen.Tessier@tu.edu (707) 638-5516

IPE Simulation Center

Aaron P McMath
Simulation Technician
Aaron.McMath@tu.edu (707) 638-5401

Media Production Studio

Jeff C Reedy
Educ. Tech Support
Jeff.Reedy@tu.edu (707) 638-5238

CLINICAL SKILL LABORATORY EVENTS

2020-2021 Academic Year


Calendar Events

310 Moore Street ∙ Wilderman Hall ∙ Vallejo, California 94592

Center Fellows

Center Fellows are recruited from current faculty who are interested in the work of the center. Individuals with expertise in effective pedagogy, instructional design, educational psychology, or the learning sciences are encouraged to apply.

Center Fellows assist in pursuing the goals and mission of the Center by serving as resources to other faculty across campus.

Current CILT Fellows: