Faculty members have much to learn from each other's teaching practice, yet we rarely have the opportunity to see each other's teaching in action. Reciprocal classroom visits provide an opportunity to gain fresh insight and learn from and with your colleagues.
A Mid-Semester Student Feedback Session (also called Small-Group Instructional Diagnosis or Student Feedback through Consensus) is a process that has been refined over many years to collect detailed feedback from students in a short amount of time.
Join a book discussion where it’s ok if you didn’t read the book. After a brief overview of the main themes, we will spend most of our time engaging in informal discussion about the book’s ideas and implications for teaching.
Barrow a book from our small lending library. Topics range from 'How Learning Works' and 'Advice for New Faculty Members' to 'Minds on Fire: How Role-Immersion Games Transform College' and 'Whistling Vivaldi: And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us'. Visit us in CN 105 to check out one of these books.