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Ongoing professional development and scholarship are integral to developing a sustainable teaching and learning environment that promotes innovation and excellence. The Center for Integrative Learning provides opportunities for faculty to learn and experiment with novel teaching methods and strategies that lead to Integrative Learning as well as refine their assignment, assessment, and course design methods. CILTI coordinates various workshops, institutes, and consultations. Additionally, the CILTI administers the Integrative Learning Fellows program.
The Center for Integrative Learning develops, coordinates, and/or facilitates workshops and institutes that advance Integrative Learning. Workshops and Institutes Schedule Available in A105.
CILTI will connect faculty and staff interested in one-on-one consultations with subject matter experts engaged with pedagogical approaches and/or high-impact strategies that lead to Integrative Learning. To request a consultation, email
Application Process |
Application Guidelines |
The overarching goal of this program is to provide faculty with an opportunity to research and/or enhance their understanding of a self-selected pedagogical approach or high-impact strategy that leads to Integrative Learning. The program also supports faculty in generating resources to be made available via CILTI’s teaching resources and developing and delivering professional development sessions based on their research.
Integrative Learning Fellows will complete an application process wherein they will identify their selected research project (pedagogical approach or high-impact strategy) and provide other information as required. Selected Fellows will serve a one academic year term. As a cohort selected Fellows will participate in regularly scheduled professional development sessions (i.e. a general introduction to Integrative Learning, classroom research design, methods, and strategies, professional development delivery techniques, and publication/document design). All Fellows must provide at least one professional development session to be made available via the CILTI.
Fellows will be allotted an allowance of $2,200 each to be used to purchase materials and/or resources (including journals, online access, books, etc.) specific to their research. The allowance may also be used to support participation in a relevant institute, workshop, conference, webinar(s) or other appropriate academic enrichment activity.
Fellows are encouraged to apply for the district’s Pay for Performance program. Positive completion of the project will result in an adjustment to base salary. Acceptance into the Fellows program does not guarantee approval of Pay for Performance. Fellows must adhere to and satisfy the criteria of the Pay for Performance program.
Application Process and Timeline
Call for applications:
September 24, 2018Application deadline:
October 05, 2018Notification of fellowship:
October 09, 2018
Fellowship Term: 2018/2019 academic calendar year
Expectations and Deliverables
As a cohort, selected Fellows will participate in regularly scheduled professional development sessions (i.e. a general introduction to Integrative Learning, classroom research design, methods, and strategies, professional development delivery techniques, and publication/document design). Faculty fellows are expected to:
Application Guidelines & Requirements
The Integrative Learning Fellows Program is designed to allow fellows to research and/or enhance their understanding of a self-selected pedagogical approach or high-impact strategy that leads to Integrative Learning. Generally, projects are developed and implemented during the fellowship year. All projects should include classroom research and/or measurable goals or assessment measures. All candidates must submit a complete application, which includes a declaration of support from their school Dean or Department Lead.
Integrative Learning Practices
Review Process and Selection Criteria
CILTI leadership and/or the Integrative Learning Council will review the applications.Applications will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
2018-2019 Integrative Learning Fellows Call for Applications (Printable) (PDF 360KB)
For more information:
Sha-Shonda Porter, Ph.D., MFA Center for Integrative Learning & Teaching Innovation DirectorLocation: Alamito, A-105
Integrative Learning Fellows Application Form