The Faculty Associate Program for Faculty-to-Faculty Consulting,
Join the Teaching Community on Teams
Hosted by CTL faculty associates, this is an opportunity to connect with other faculty, discuss ideas, ask questions, and share resources.
To join the Teaching Community, log into Teams, click ‘Join or create a team” (found at the bottom of the list of current Teams), choose “Join with a Team code,” and enter the code: iojcw01. We look forward to connecting with you!
The Center for Teaching and Learning Faculty Associates program offers confidential, one-on-one consultations with colleagues regarding teaching. Faculty Associates represent a range of disciplines from colleges and departments across the University. Reach out directly to them below to schedule a Faculty Associate teaching consultation.
Increase faculty-to-faculty support networks for teaching and learning
Expand the availability of teaching consultations tailored to individual needs
Increase the institutional capacity for developing faculty leadership and skills in the peer consultation process
Department: Plant Biology and Integrated Biological Sciences
Learning outcomes development and assessment
Assignments for critical thinking skills
Strategies for engagement in large-enrollment classes (e.g., peer instruction and Just-in-Time teaching)
Sustainability (SU) general education course development
Dr. Hill’s main focus as a CTL faculty associate this year is to lead the first cohort of the interdisciplinary Contemplative Faculty Learning Community. This forum of scholars is engaged in a yearlong exploration of contemplative teaching and learning and pedagogical approaches to classroom practices. Contemplative pedagogies may be used to shift the focus of teaching and learning that connect students to their lived, embodied experience of their unique learning process. Learn more about the contemplative learning community.