TLA's mission is to help CSUMB educators* help all student increase and integrate curricular and co-curricular learning.
*CSUMB educators include faculty, student affairs professionals, staff, students, and community partners.
Learning outcomes are only as good as the conversations they generate.
TLA Co-ops Have Been Scheduled - Join the Fun!Schedule of TLA Spring 2019 Co-ops
Resources & events
- Syllabus guidelines: Recommended statements for your syllabus and other suggestions.
- Assignment guides and rubrics: Use these resources to improve the effectiveness and transparency of your assignments and grading rubrics to better foster students’ intellectual skills (critical thinking, information literacy, quantitative reasoning, written communication and oral communication).
- Assignment Review Service: Communication Across the Disciplines (CAD) is working with the Cooperative Learning Center (CLC) to offer faculty feedback on assignment prompts.
- TLA Teaching Cooperatives: Join a spring 2019 TLA community of practice or discussion group.
- Mindfulness: CSUMB mindfulness events and resources for fostering well being, connection, and learning.
- Center for Academic Technologies (CAT): Support and professional development opportunities for using CSUMB’s academic technologies ecosystem to better facilitate student learning.
- Resource page for new (and not-so-new) faculty: A refresher and updates for new and not-so-new faculty. This resource page was created for the fall 2018 new faculty orientation.
- Holistic Alignment: Learn about CSUMB’s efforts to increase holistic alignment and better facilitate student learning.
- Welcoming WSCUC: CSUMB has received positive feedback on our Re-accreditation Report. Read the report, the feedback, and get ready to welcome the WSCUC team to CSUMB on March 27 - 29!
- Social Justice Dialogues: This program enables students, faculty and staff to share knowledge in a safe space regardless of rank and contribute as equals in ways that everyone’s ideas, thoughts and contributions are respected. Spring events will be posted soon.
- National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD): NCFDD is an independent professional development, training and mentoring community for faculty, and grad students, dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers. CSUMB's Institutional membership provides relevant professional development training, support from highly trained and successful mentors, a confidential “safe space” for problem solving, and downloadable formats for self-paced learning.
- 10 Principles of Welcoming Diversity Workshop: Schedule a workshop for yourself and your students! NCBI provides an ongoing mechanism for staff, faculty, and students to provide an institutional response to racism and other forms of oppression. CSUMB has been a Campus Affiliate of NCBI since 1998 supporting improvement of our campus climate so all students feel a sense of belonging, valued, and welcome to our campus.
Spring 2019 Reading Apprenticeship Professional Development Opportunities
There are several professional development opportunities for faculty who want to learn about or gain further expertise using Reading Apprenticeship routines and strategies for increasing students engagement and learning. More information.
NCFDD - Online Faculty Development
We are pleased to announce that CSUMB has joined the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) as an Institutional Member. The NCFDD is a nationally-recognized, independent organization that provides online career development and mentoring resources for faculty and graduate students.
To claim your faulty free Institutional Membership, complete the following steps:
1) Go to:
2) Choose your institution from the drop-down menu.
3) Select “Activate my Membership”
4) Complete the registration form using your institutional email address (i.e. @csumb.edu)
5) Go to your CSUMB email to find a confirmation/welcome email. Click “Activate Account” in the email.
Apply to be a ULO Scholar
All faculty (part-time and full-time lecturers and tenure line) are invited to support student achievement of CSUMB’s Undergraduate Learning Outcomes (ULOs) by applying to be a ULO Scholar and contributing to one or more of the funded 2019 ULO projects.
Priority deadline was Wednesday, Dec. 19th, but applications are still being accepted while spots remain open. More information and project descriptions.