Instructional Foundations is a series of workshops for graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and instructors from all disciplines who have never taught at the university level (grading experience OK) prior to participation. The series is designed to provide people new to college teaching with knowledge, skills and confidence they can use in their first teaching experience, including the following.
As a result of participating in the IFS, you will be able to do the following.
The Schreyer Institute awards a completion certificate to participants who successfully complete the series. While the series does not serve as a formal, credit-bearing certification process, it does provide you with documentation of your participation in it. This certificate may be included in your teaching portfolio or curriculum vitae as evidence of your professional development.
In order to earn a completion certificate for the Instructional Foundations Series, participants must successfully complete all of the following program requirements.
Deena Levy and Mary Ann Tobin, Associate Research Professors & Instructional Consultants
Register at our events page no later than January 10, 2024.