Exceptional teaching is one of the hallmarks of Mount Allison.
Eileen
Eileen M. Herteis, PCTC Director
364-2652 or email

Interdisciplinary Conversations 2016-17
To celebrate the Year of Indigenous Knowing, this year's word is Circle!  Download the schedule, and join us for lively conversations at the Owens Art Gallery.

The Purdy Crawford Teaching Centre, often referred to as the PCTC, helps nurture this key attribute by creating a community that embraces teaching quality at the University.

The PCTC supports a scholarly approach to teaching, using evidence-based practices to promote excellence in instruction.

The Centre initiates programs and regularly holds workshops and development sessions for faculty with the aim of further increasing teaching and learning effectiveness, providing information about the latest teaching tools, and providing resources to support their implementation and integration into Mount Allison classrooms.

PCTC works closely with the University's Computing Services department to support educational technology as a means to enhance teaching excellence.

Experiential Learning will be a major theme for PCTC in the 2016-17 academic year. Read the report of the ad hoc Experiential Learning Committee.