Teaching and Learning Center


The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) at North Carolina Wesleyan College encourages and advocates teaching excellence.  TLC seeks to accomplish this by aiding faculty in the use of innovative teaching strategies, providing forums that foster the discussion of college teaching best practices, and supporting faculty in research and other scholarship endeavors that involve students. 

 Ongoing TLC services:

  • Provides instructional workshops and lectures for faculty that feature evidence-based teaching and learning scholarship.
  • Provides a resource center on campus that includes a lending library and teaching consultation.
  • Maintains a resource-based website designed for NCWC faculty.
  • Aids faculty and administration in the use of institutional assessment information to improve teaching.
  • Aids faculty in designing class content consistent with the College’s General Education Program intended student outcomes.

The NC Wesleyan Teaching and Learning Center offers an option for receiving an electronic certificate of completion for our professional development events. The certificate is linked to the TLC Participant Evaluation and Feedback Survey.

If you would like the certificate, simply answer “yes” to the first question on the survey. The certificate will be automatically sent to the email address that you enter.

What Are We Reading?

Our TLC Staff Shares Their Interests

Fred Sanborn, PhD

Fred Sanborn

TLC Director

  • Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique Morris
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Heather Louch

TLC Assistant Director

  • Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique Morris
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Ayra Sundbom

Instructional Technologist

NCWC Reading Roundtable Group – Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique Morris