Program Structure

Five interactive, discussion-based workshops will take place in person throughout the 2022-2023 academic year. Topics include: 

  • Goals of Teaching 

  • Basic Education Theory 

  • Innovation/Engagement 

  • Learning Climate and Diversity/Inclusivity 

  • Feedback: Giving and Receiving 

Finally, two capstone sessions with teams presenting their educational topics will finalize the program. Participants will be assigned to a team under one or two faculty coaches to develop and present an educational session as a part of the team by the end of the program.

Well-Qualified Applicants

Applicants must commit to completing the entire series (see “participant expectations” below). This will likely require additional time and energy beyond your current role (estimated ~four hours/month); however, participants will reap long-term benefits and have a vibrant community of support.  

The foundational Classroom Teaching Development (CTD1 Foundational) program is strongly encouraged as a prerequisite prior to participation in CTD2. Interested teachers who have participated in other faculty development for classroom teaching will be considered on a case-by-case basis.  

Participant Expectations

  1. Participation in seven in-person sessions (five workshops and two capstone courses)
  2. Monthly participation in online discussion topics via program Canvas page

  3. Undergo four direct observations of teaching, at least two by a coach, other two can be learner- or peer-observation

  4. Work with a team to develop and present an educational topic for the capstone session

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Program Participation

Participation in this program is by an application process.

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