The Center for Integrated Professional Development provides a growing list of options for faculty who wish to enrich their teaching through instructional consultations. Get a new perspective on your teaching by taking advantage of one or more of the following services.
Midterm Chats, also referred to as "Small Group Instructional Diagnoses," allow you to see your course through the eyes of your students—at midterm, while there’s still time to make adjustments and improve student learning.
Program Chats are consensus-building processes that enable departments and schools to gain insights into students' perceptions about their learning in an entire program. All program chats must be requested by a department chair or school director.
Intercultural Development Inventory® consultations helps you grow your awareness of culture and diversity issues. The Center for Integrated Professional Development consultants are qualified to guide you through the IDI assessment process and work with you to plan future growth.
Work with a member of the Center for Integrated Professional Development staff to assess your course content in terms of its accessibility for those with special needs. Accessibility Consultations identify ways you can improve the accessibility of your course materials, especially those communicated through web-based or other electronic channels.
Watch yourself teach. With Video (Ad)Vantage, we’ll videotape your class and guide you through an informed viewing of the result.
See your classroom through the eyes of a professional observer or invite a colleague to observe your teaching. Find out more about Classroom Observations.
Through our Online/Blended Course Review, you’ll be able to see your blended or online course through the eyes of a professional consultant.
Our Instructional Strategy Consultations let you sit down with a member of the Center staff to begin a systematic approach to dealing with a teaching/learning issue in your classroom.