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Faculty Spotlight

Shannon Lee

“There can be a perception that experts use language almost as a weapon or to assert authority and othering. Promoting student use and command of the language, helps them feel like they are becoming part of the profession, gives them a sense of agency, a sense of belonging.”

Read our full interview with Dr. Shannon Lee!

CTET's Faculty Spotlight aims to highlight the learning spaces that our faculty work hard to create. If you want to nominate one of your peers, let us know!

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The Center for Teaching & Educational Technology supports faculty in their professional development as teachers, scholars of education, and innovators in practice. The Center for Teaching & Educational Technology promotes an inclusive campus-wide community and a culture committed to excellence in teaching and learning.

We provide personalized consultations and targeted workshops to train faculty on how to best use technology to improve teaching. Topics include instructional design, supporting diverse learners, classroom management, assessments, lecture video capture, and alternative pedagogical approaches, such as flipped classroom design and online/blended instruction. 

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The SSU Center for Teaching & Educational Technology is engaged with the wider California State University system, working on a number of system-wide priorities to improve affordability, create an inclusive learning environment, increase graduation rates for all students, and more.

Sonoma State University is committed to providing a fully inclusive environment responsive to the needs of all students. As such, information technology resources, services, and programs will be made accessible to persons with disabilities. This effort represents a shared responsibility of all members of the campus and will require ongoing, overall institutional attention and commitment for its success.

Visit SSU's Accessibility Homepage to learn more.

Graduation Initiative 2025 ("GI 2025") is the California State University’s ambitious initiative to increase graduation rates for all CSU students while eliminating opportunity and achievement gaps. Through this initiative the CSU will ensure that all students have the opportunity to graduate in a timely manner according to their personal goals, positively impacting their future and producing the graduates needed to power California and the nation.  

If you would like to learn more about GI 2025, please visit the CSU's Graduation Initiative 2025 Homepage