Teaching Consultations Spring 2020

Interested in working on your teaching this year? Want to talk about course development?

A teaching consultation is a focused session, or sessions, between a faculty member and a Center for Faculty Development and Excellence (CFDE) staff member and/or with a Teaching Mentor (another faculty member). A consultation can be one meeting but is often a series of two to three meetings undertaken over the course of a semester or a year. The consultation helps a faculty member strengthen one or more aspects of their teaching and/or helps a faculty member think through and develop or revise a course. We are committed to a flexible but structured consultation model. Thus, we focus on what each individual faculty member wants to work on.

Participation in this program is entirely voluntary and confidential. Consultations are available in a variety of areas.

We offer many different options and tailor our program to best serve your concerns. To view a list of possible topics for teaching consultations, please visit the CFDE website.

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