Pathways for Faculty are educational experiences designed exclusively for faculty. The intent of Pathways for Faculty is to deepen and enrich the teaching practice by focusing on a specific aspect of teaching. Faculty are experts in their field; however, many haven’t had the opportunity to dive deep into teaching. Interested faculty may apply online for the Pathway of their choice. More information on each Pathway is available on the Pathways For Faculty web page.
The Student Opinion of Teaching Survey period begins on Monday, November 18. Here are some helpful tips to consider as you prepare for the survey period.
- Talk to your students about the feedback process and schedule time in class for students to complete their surveys.
- Faculty success stories show that higher response rates improve the learning experience.
Tom Morton, lecturer of history of architecture and urbanism in the History of Art and Architecture department, and Tahirah Walker, manager of Teaching Support at the Teaching Center, developed and led a "Walkshop" on April 2 with the purpose of helping instructors consider opportunities to incorporate the physical space of our campus into their learning activities. The University Times followed along and captured the experience in a new feature article. The Teaching Center's Academic Digital Media team joined as well and captured the event.