The Center for Transformational Teaching and Learning

The Center for Transformational Teaching and Learning (CTTL) at Marywood University serves as a catalyst for innovation and professional development for pre-service, in-service, and postsecondary educators. Through the integration of pedagogy, technology, and innovation, the CTTL applies Marywood’s rich tradition of teacher education to a changing educational landscape. Through the assistance of the CTTL, educators are equipped to empower a global, diverse community of students to transform an interdependent world.

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The CTTL supports teaching and learning at Marywood through:

  • individual consultations with faculty members about teaching related concerns
  • professional development programming to help faculty at all levels to stay current on pedagogical innovations, trends, conversations, and best practices
  • support for faculty at all levels in identifying their teaching goals and documenting their successes
  • ongoing orientation and support of new faculty as they acclimate to our campus community
  • programming and support for campus-wide curricular initiatives and conversations
  • curating digital resources for teaching and learning


The Educational Technology Services (ETS) team at Marywood University supports and assists faculty in teaching online, hybrid, web-enhanced, and traditional courses through the implementation of technology using best practices and proven instructional design techniques. Get training for our LMS, BrightSpace. 

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Teaching together at Marywood.

This guide will help you more easily navigate your day-to-day teaching life on campus.

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Learn about the components and requirements of our newly revised undergraduate Core Curriculum.

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SLO 1. Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World

SLO 2. Intellectual and Practical Skills

 SLO 3. Personal and Social Responsibility

 SLO 4. Integrative and Applied Learning

View Student Learning Outcomes in Academic Catalog »