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.
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.