Thinking about Teaching

How information is gathered for reflection on teaching will be related to a faculty member’s location in their professional journey. Consider the following practices as examples of possible entry points in this process. Some of these activities can be individual efforts; others invite interactions with colleagues or students. Over time, and possibly at a different career point, some faculty members seek to become active in a broader community of practice by making their work more public. Some common examples of activities are also shared here.  These lists identify examples, and are neither exhaustive nor prescriptive.