This Week for Faculty: Teaching Observation Requests Now Open
Are you looking for confidential feedback on your teaching? Request a teaching observation! The CTL offers Teaching Observations with trained consultants who can help you think through your course goals, your teaching observation experience, and your future teaching. Additionally, the CTL works with schools, programs, and departments seeking to refine peer teaching observation practices.
Teaching Observation requests are now open for the Spring 2020 semester. To arrange for a teaching observation, please submit the online request form at least two weeks prior to the date when you would like to be observed. The deadline to submit a Teaching Observation request is February 21. A teaching observation consultant will follow up to discuss your goals for student learning and for the observation.
“Having ongoing, non-evaluative conversations about my teaching feels essential to my work; it’s these conversations that make me a better teacher and a better scholar-activist.”
Read more about Cecelia’s Teaching Observation experience.
Introduction to CourseWorks (Canvas) Workshops
This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of CourseWorks (Canvas), which offers tools and features in support of teaching and learning, for in-person, blended, or online courses. Participants will learn how to set up their courses in Canvas to promote learning, streamline their teaching, make available and organize course content, communicate expectations to their students, encourage student engagement and interaction, and assess student learning.