Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Bluejeans (link will be provided after registration)
Dissatisfied with the feedback that CIOS provides about your teaching? Wish that you had another way to gather insights about your instructional methods?
Research indicates that student evaluations should not be the sole source of feedback on teaching. As a result, many faculty have turned to colleagues for critique and suggestions. Yet without training, it is easy for peer observers to fall back on their own teaching preferences or overly focus on content.
At the Center for Teaching and Learning, providing feedback on teaching is part of what we do. In this workshop, we will suggest frameworks and tools that you can use to enrich your conversations about teaching. Join your colleagues, and consider how collaborating with one another might lead to substantial discussions that inform your practice.
Carol Subiño Sullivan, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Faculty Teaching and Learning Initiatives
Center for Teaching and Learning
If you have any questions, please contact Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.