We offer confidential individual consultations to faculty members, instructors, and teaching assistants who wish to discuss specific teaching concerns and effectiveness as they relate to a particular class or classes. As part of the consultation process, you may request personal classroom observations or a video recording. We can also provide and discuss additional resources on teaching methods. Consultations are confidential, non-evaluative, and free of charge.

 

Why request a consultation?

 

Because you:

 

  • would like to get new perspectives on your teaching, discuss alternate approaches and new ideas, and/or expand your repertoire of teaching strategies.

  • would like to discuss other aspects of instruction and course management. For example, we can assist you with planning a course, creating a syllabus, working with problem students, planning a single activity, or assessing student learning.

  • want to discuss issues relating to a class you are teaching and feel that you would be unable to do so with departmental colleagues who might be involved with hiring, promotion or tenure-related activities.

  • have specific questions and concerns related to teaching and learning.

 

Benefits of Individual Consultation

 

  • Trying new approaches can be reinvigorating.

  • Working through problem areas will decrease stress and make teaching more fun again.

  • Participating in this activity can be documented on your annual report.

 

How to Schedule a Consultation

 

To schedule a consultation, email ctl@sfasu.edu.

INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATIONS

VISIT

‚ÄčCONTACT
936.468.1010

ctl@sfasu.edu

 

Ralph W. Steen Library, 2nd floor

 

Stephen F. Austin State University

 

Nacogdoches, Texas

 

 

 

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