Individual Services

Personalized assistance is a particularly effective way of supporting and sustaining teaching growth. You can come for a one-time individual consultation or a series of meetings with a mentor.

Consultations and mentoring relationships may focus on preparing for an annual review, writing a self-evaluation, learning a new pedagogical approach or technique (e.g., problem-based learning, collaborative learning, using clickers), learning how to use technology (e.g., Scholar, Camtasia, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel), starting a new research program, or getting to know more faculty members on campus.

You can also request to have someone provide a confidential peer observation of you in your classroom or to have someone videotape you while you teach.

To arrange any of these services, contact Sal Meyers, Director of Faculty Development or Shelly Priebe, Administrative Assistant for Faculty Development.