What are Teaching Squares?
- Teaching Squares is a program designed to help you gain insights for improving your teaching.
- The four faculty in a square visit each other's classrooms during the course of one semester and meet to discuss what was learned from their observations.
- This program consists of reciprocal, non-evaluative observations and self-reflection based on peer feedback.
- Teaching Squares are offered in both face-to-face and for online courses.
What are the benefits of Teaching Squares?
- Try new instructional approaches and receive feedback.
- Gather ideas from your peers for improving your own instruction.
- Work with instructors across colleges, departments, and disciplines to strengthen teaching and learning
What is the Teaching Squares commitment?
- Participate in a kick-off meeting and meet your Teaching Squares peers.
- Participate in three reciprocal observation rounds. Each round will take approximately two weeks. You will teach, observe, and provide feedback during each round.
- Participate in a Teaching Squares group sharing session at the end of the semester.
For more information on Teaching Squares, please visit our CAE Teaching Squares Program website.
For more information about face-to-face Teaching Squares, please contact Susan Colby at email@example.com.
For more information about online Teaching Squares, please contact Derek Eggers at firstname.lastname@example.org.