The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) offers teaching consultations and this is the time of the semester to take advantage of this amazing service.
- Would you like to learn more about your teaching?
- Would you like to discuss your teaching practices with someone?
- Are there areas where you want to improve your teaching or try something new?
- Do you want to have someone observe you teach before your formal evaluation?
- Would you like to know what your students need from you in a just-in-time fashion?
CETL teaching consultations allow you to discuss your teaching. Feedback from any consultation can be invaluable for your growth as a faculty member. Consultations are always confidential and are never part of your NOVA evaluation. Information is not provided by CETL to anyone else, although you are encouraged to share it.
CETL offers four kinds of teaching consultations: (1) pre-observation consultations, (2) informal one-on-one teaching consultations with a trained CETL faculty associate, (3) classroom consultations with a faculty associate who facilitates a three-part process that includes being in your classroom with you and (4) learning and teaching assessment poll featuring interviews of your students.