Welcome

Welcome to the Bruce A. Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (RCTLE) website. As a virtual center, you can find all the teaching and technology resources of your RCTLE here at your fingertips. Dr. Rothwell was an avid supporter of lifelong learning whose seventeen years of service to the University ended too soon with his passing in 2009. Today, the Center stands as a tribute to his memory and supports all faculty at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Campus.

Mission

The Worldwide RCTLE’s mission is to empower faculty members in their pursuit of professional growth through diverse offerings for the universal goal of student success. RCTLE will research and continuously improve/innovate to ensure we are a source and model of the most accurate and current strategies in teaching and learning. We offer friendly and informed opportunities for faculty to reflect on their practice and increase student engagement and learning.

About About

Information about our department, services, and other support areas.

Learn Learn

Explore opportunities like self-paced workshops, Virtual Faculty Learning Communities (V-FLCs), iTeachER, webinars, and other events to enhance your skills. Whatever your professional development needs, we’ve got you covered.

Teach Teach

ERAU-W Guidelines for teaching, instructions, keys to planning your course, teaching tips, and strategies for assessing and improving your teaching.

Publications Publications

Here you will find the results of the research we have conducted, reports we have compiled, newsletters we have published, and podcasts we have produced.

Support Support

Information about areas that support teaching at ERAU-W including: eLearning Support, the Registrar, Scheduling, IT, course contacts, and resources for supporting students.

Technology Technology

ERAU-W has a robust technology infrastructure to support teaching. Learn how Canvas, Campus Solutions, EagleVision, Office365, Third-Party Integrations, Turnitin, and other tools can aid your teaching, improve student outcomes, and optimize your work.