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Teaching Triangles: Fall 2016 Orientation

Tuesday, September 13, 2016
3:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Dr. Hugh Crumley, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
French Family Science Center 2231 [map]

This orientation is for graduate student instructors who are teaching or TAing a class in fall 2016 and would like to participate in peer teaching observation and feedback. Completion of Teaching Triangles during a semester in which you are an instructor or TA can fulfill the teaching & observation requirement of the Certificate in College Teaching.

A Teaching Triangle consists of three instructors who:

  • Complete a training orientation in peer teaching observation practices (Teaching Triangles Orientation)
  • Observe at least one class taught by each triangle partner as well as be observed once by each partner
  • Reflect on the class observation experience
  • Share observations & reflections with partners

The steps listed above are spread over a single semester and completed well before finals begin. Participating in Teaching Triangles is not a time-intensive commitment and should not have a negative effect on your research, dissertation or time to graduation. Note that Teaching Triangles is run every semester; this registration is only for those teaching in fall term, 2016.

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Event Category

  • Professional Development