The Center for Applied Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Arts and Humanities (CAITLAH) is a College of Arts and Letters initiative committed to:
...advancing transformative teaching practices in K-U settings
...introducing Arts and Letters faculty to advancements in teaching and learning
...providing a space where all textual processes, practices and products are valued
Paths: May 7-9
Join us for an inclusive teaching and learning seminar at the 19th Annual Spring Institute on College Teaching and Learning.
Congratulations to CAITLAH co-director Ellen Cushman, whose book, The Cherokee Syllabary, was selected for inclusion in Choice Magazine's Outstanding Academic Titles list!
Congratulations to CAITLAH co-director Ellen Cushman, whose book, The Cherokee Syllabary, earned an Honorable Mention for the MLA's 2011 Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize!
With Dr. Mary Juzwik of MSU's Teacher Education program, Dr. Ellen Cushman was selected as a new co-editor for the journal Research in the Teaching of English, 2012-17. RTE will relaunch in September 2012!