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Faculty who wish to improve their teaching often can benefit from a one-on-one process with an instructional consultant.

The instructional consultant can help faculty:

  • Design a course syllabus
  • Interpret and draw implications from results of end-of-course student evaluations
  • Examine, and make suggestions for improving, student assessment instruments (such as quizzes, tests, exams, papers, projects) and grading practices
  • Diagnose leading strategies for strengthening areas where improvement is needed
  • Gather and use student feedback before mid-term and while the course is still in process and can be changed if necessary
  • To arrange for a consultation, or to find out more about these services, contact the Center at 273-5858 or by email at TeachCtr@uni.edu

All consultations are treated confidentially. Any data provided during the consultation belongs to the faculty member, who then can choose whether and with whom to share the information. 


Last modified: Wednesday, April 24, 2002
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