Faculty Consultation and Peer Observations
Faculty Consultation Program
The faculty consultation program is a one-on-one mentoring program for faculty providing consultation, classroom visits, resources and tools related to teaching, and ongoing opportunities for collaboration focused on integrating evidence-based teaching practices into your classroom.
Faculty consultations provide an opportunity to receive feedback and guidance on individual or small group basis.
Request a Faculty Consultation
Faculty Customized Workshop Request
The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning can design/co-design workshops for groups of faculty (e.g. programs, departments, academic organizations) that promote transformational teaching. To initiate the process, please submit the request below.
Request a Faculty Customized Workshop
Peer Observation of Teaching
The peer-observation of teaching is a confidential, three-part process consisting of a pre-interview, a classroom observation, and a post-observation meeting. Peer observations focus on organization, rapport, presentation strategies, and classroom teaching materials. Faculty members can request a written report for documentation and continued enhancement of teaching.