Transparency of learning and teaching (TILT) is key to student success, as it allows students to understand directions and make concrete steps toward completing a set of tasks. The present paper outlines the early stages of a campus-wide program at one institution that infuses TILT practices across campus in the classroom as well as non-academic units. TILT practices make the purpose, required tasks, and criteria for success clear to students in everyday campus interactions with faculty and staff. TILT programming for faculty and staff is described, including strengths, challenges, and future directions.

Author's Biographies

JUDY ORTON GRISSETT is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Director of Experiential Learning at Georgia Southwestern State University. Her primary research interests include scholarship of teaching and learning related to high impact practices and open educational resources.

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