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P. O. Box 13055, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962


Searches in the database may be executed using a name, department, or area of expertise.  Current areas of expertise are listed below.

Across campus there are many faculty / instructors who have developed skills and expertise in specific areas related to teaching pedagogy (e.g. collaborative learning, working with large classes, effective use of technology).  We will be creating a database of such individuals who are willing to share their skills with others. 

During an individual consultation process, the TEC staff may suggest including input from one of these experts if their area of expertise matches a client need.  These experts may also help lead workshops or panels, and they are willing to be contacted directly by faculty who would like their input.

To become a consultant/expert in a field of learning, your name must be submitted by a dean, department chair, or a director.  To submit a name, fill in the SFA Teaching Expertise Form.

Areas of Expertise (categories will be added as needed)

Classroom Management

Connections with Public Schools
Cooperative / Collaborative Learning
Course Evaluation and Assessment
Critical Thinking Skills

Laboratory Instruction
Online Teaching
Problem-Based Learning

Professional Presentations
Reasearch (working with students)

Research (faculty)

Syllabus & Course Planning
Teaching Large Classes

Teaching Portfolios
Teaching Students with Disabilities

Technology in the Classroom (Powerpoint)

Technology in the Classroom (other)

Writing Assignments (Reflective)

Writing Assignments (Research)

Teaching Excellence Center - Steen Library Rm. 202H. ext. 1831