Bruce Kelley




Bruce Kelley is the founding director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of South Dakota. He directs a team that is enthusiastically committed to the development of vibrant educational experiences at the University of South Dakota, regardless of teaching modality. The CTL accomplishes this goal through a series of activities that range from one-on-one faculty consultations to online workshops offered nationally to distance faculty. Dr. Kelley’s research has explored pedagogy in a number of different ways, from exploring the use of writing to help students learn music theory to the development of outcomes-based objectives for the purposes of unit-wide assessment. Dr. Kelley received his Bachelor of Music in Trombone Performance from Nebraska Wesleyan University, a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Music Theory from The Ohio State University, and a Certificate in Management Development from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education.

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Don't panic! Teaching is an incredibly difficult endeavor, but its foundation is great course design, which is something you can master. Participants in this course will explore (and teach each other!) how to design interesting, engaging classes that will provide students with opportunities for truly significant learning.

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