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Inspire, Innovate & Impact

The Teaching and Learning Transformation Center inspires excellence and innovation in teaching, learning and scholarly activities in the pursuit of transformative educational experience at UMD.

Services for Instructors & Students

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Graduate Students: Get Ready to Teach

Are you a graduate student serving as a TA or instructor of record in the spring? Get guidance, resources, and support at Graduate Student Teaching Orientation.

Learn more and register
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Student Success is Our Mission

Welcome students!  How might we assist you? Our Learning Success team stands at the ready to support you in your academic journey. 

Students: Let us know how we can help.
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Get a Private Teaching Consultation

Do you have questions about your teaching practices, course climate, or assessments? Schedule a private, 1:1 consultation with a teaching expert. 

Instructors: Schedule a Teaching Consultation

UMD Students and Instructors In the News

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Kayleigh Hasson, Honored Philip Merrill Presidential Scholar

Kayleigh Hasson, a Guided Study Sessions Lead Mentor and former ECON 200 Leader, chosen as a 2021-22 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholar

View Her Achievement Here
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Sharon Fries-Britt Wins AERA Social Justice in Education Award

Dr. Sharon Fries-Britt, Professor in the Department of Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education (CHSE), has been awarded the Social Justice in Education award from the American Educational Research Association. 

View Her Work Here

I really appreciate how TLTC incorporates theory and best practices, as well as technical/practical information for teaching.

Robert S., Associate Professor, Psychology
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