What are consultations?
Consultations offer personalized support, feedback, and guidance for any kind of teaching challenge or question. Consultations are also a great way to test ideas for new or innovative teaching strategies. In short, no question is too big or too small!
Who can have a consultation and how do we meet?
Individual, small group, and department-wide consultations are available. Consultations are scheduled to meet your timing and planning needs. Available formats include:
- face-to-face meetings
- virtual conferencing
- informal observations
Who can find out that I had a consultation?
All consultations are confidential. While instructors are welcome to disclose they received consultation services and discuss results with others, the Center for Teaching does not disclose the details of your meeting. Furthermore, the Center will not reveal that a faculty member engaged in an individual consultation.
How do I schedule a consultation?
Visit our online scheduler. You can book a session based on your availability and will receive an automatic confirmation with a Zoom meeting link sent right to your inbox! If you wish to meet in-person, reach out to Center staff after receiving your appointment confirmation and we’ll arrange a location. Most in-person consultations occur in Seacobeck 138.