The CTL is proud to announce that applications are open for participation in a new faculty-focused initiative for Fall 2022: Teaching Triangles. Teaching Triangles is a semester-long, reciprocal classroom observation and reflection program geared towards helping faculty think through their teaching practices in a supportive, structured environment. In Teaching Triangles, faculty observe and are observed by two colleagues. Observations are meant to stimulate personal self-reflection on teaching practice (not meant to provide direct commentary on colleagues’ performances). Participants engage in non-judgemental, formative feedback and discussion throughout the semester with other members of their Triangle following the observations. The CTL forms triangles and provides a structure for observation and reflection. Participants who fully complete the program will receive a $250 stipend. All full-time WashU faculty are welcome to apply.
During this Information Session, faculty will learn about benefits of participating in Teaching Triangles and will have space to ask questions about the program.
For questions about this information session, please contact Dr. Meg Gregory, Associate Director for Faculty Programs, Educational Development, CTL.