Center For Innovative Teaching

The Center for Innovative Teaching seeks to support the professional development of RMU faculty through a variety of programs and activities. Initiatives include a faculty mentoring program and a faculty advisor training program. The center also supports RMU faculty engagement in pedagogical research and presentation.

Contact Information

Richard G. Fuller, D.Ed.
Director of the Center for Innovative Teaching
Professor of Education
412-397-6029

Nicole C. Carlins
Office Assistant - Center For Innovative Teaching
412-397-6208

Mary Ann A. Rafoth, Ph.D.
Vice Provost, Academic Affairs
Professor of Education
412-397-6020

Pedagogical Presentations/Speakers

Pedagogies

Pedagogical Book Recommendations

Located outside the CIT office (library), you will find bookshelves filled with teaching and learning resources. These are library books that you can sign out.  Please stop by and check them out.

Advisory Board Minutes

Reflective Practice and Teaching Circles

Engaging classes

Culturally Responsive Practices

Science Department Teaching Circle

Twitter in the Classroom

Interdisciplinary Curricula

Comedy in the Classroom

Accommodating (section 504) for Students

Cultural Diversity and Working with International /Nontraditional students

Flipped Classrooms

Incorporating Research in the Classroom

Using Write-to-Learn Assignments in Class

Using Blackboard Effectively

Veterans Teaching Circle