Exceptional teaching is one of the hallmarks of Mount Allison.
Eileen M. Herteis, PCTC Director
364-2652 or email
About PCTC
The Purdy Crawford Teaching Centre, often referred to as the PCTC, helps nurture exceptional teaching 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. The Centre initiates programs and holds workshops 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.
 Leadership in Community Service Learning Grants (NEW!)   The Leadership in Community Service Learning (CSL) grants are intended to support Mount Allison faculty, staff and students who wish to develop and engage in curricular projects that simultaneously benefit a non-profit group while offering learning opportunities for the participating students.   The Leadership in Community Service grants offer up to $500 per project. 

For more information and application form click here. The deadline for applications is January 16 at 4:30 pm.
Experiencing Success at Mount Allison, the report of the 2015-16 Task Force on Experiential Learning.

Circles: Interdisciplinary Conversations. Download the full schedule here.

 Three International Teaching and Learning Conferences in Canada in 2017!
Society for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, STLHE, in Halifax in June
International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, ISSoTL, in Calgary in October
Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, POD, in Montreal in October