Teaching Consultations


Need help with your teaching?

Schedule a confidential consultation with our trained teaching consultants.

The CTE offers a variety of confidential consultations about teaching. These allow you to reflect on your work in the classroom with the support of a trained teaching consultant. If you would like…

  • to find out your students’ perceptions on how the course is affecting their learning, try an Engaging Students' Perspectives (ESP) survey.

  • feedback from an outside, nonjudgmental observer on some aspect of the course or your teaching strategies, try an in-class observation.

  • to discuss a teaching issue, such as designing courses and assignments, difficult classroom situations, teaching with technology, engaging learners, and making sense of end-of-semester evaluations, try a one-on-one consultation.

We also offer support for instructors engaged in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) and curriculum (re)design efforts. If you are engaged in research on your own teaching effectiveness and want advice about designing and carrying out your project or if you are involved in your department’s curriculum design work, request a one-on-one consultation to meet with a CTE faculty member who has expertise in that area.

Please note that the data and reports generated during the consultation process are not designed nor intended to evaluate the teaching practices of individual instructors, but rather to offer targeted feedback for instructional improvement and innovation.

More about the different types of consultations we offer.

More about our undergraduate consultant services.