The Teaching Partners program promotes the exchange of effective and innovative teaching strategies. Teaching Partners was initiated by the College of Arts and Sciences and is now available to all faculty at UWF.
The Teaching Partners program is designed to:
Faculty members who enroll in Teaching Partners will partner with one or more faculty members based on their teaching background and interests. Teaching Partners will visit each other’s classes to learn about and share teaching practices and styles.
Any faculty member at UWF can participate in the Teaching Partners program.
Please see the Teaching Partners program description for a full description of the program.
Faculty who are interested in participating are encouraged to attend the following meetings to learn about the program, hear from current and former participants about their experiences in the program, meet other interested faculty, and share their teaching interests.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Library Conference Room, Building 32, Room 11
For More Information about connecting with a Teaching Partner contact: Lori Glaze at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 473-7435.
2012-2013 Participants (PDF)
2010-2011 Participants (PDF)
2009-2010 Participants (PDF)
2008-2009 Participants (PDF)
Updated 07/19/13 lrg
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