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Small Group Instructional Diagnosis
A consultant from CTE will visit a class for 50-75 minutes and, without the instructor being present, ask the students three questions about the class. Within a week following the evaluation, the consultant meets with the instructor and passes on this information.
Upon request, a CTE staff member will visit a class session to observe the teaching process and conduct a peer review. A follow-up session is scheduled with the CTE consultant to discuss the observations and recommendations.
Paper & Pencil Assessment
CTE will provide a master copy of comment forms with three questions which instructors will duplicate and distribute in class. Students will individually and anonymously answer questions on what is going well with the course or what may need clarification or improvement.
We offer TA Training every semester. Trainings are held the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (unless Monday &/or Tuesday are holidays) the week before classes start each semester.
• Rights and responsibilities of TAs
• Teaching Your Own Class or Lab
• Classroom Management Skills
• Teaching in a multicultural environment
TA Training is interesting, fun, and a great way to meet new people! Experienced TAs are available throughout the program.
Training is mandatory for all new TAs
If you are a faculty seeking to expand collaborative teaching practices and student learning outcomes, Webster 101 Collaborative Classroom may be the ideal classroom for you!find out more
[This unique collaborative space is dedicated to scheduling academic courses]
Webster 101 accommodates class sizes up to 64 students. There are 8 tables, each with a monitor and a panel for students to connect their own technology, and seating for 8 students. Writing surfaces are located along all wall surfaces for students’ use.ROOM REQUEST