Teaching Remotely: The Importance of Reflection in Teaching Development

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Teaching Remotely: The Importance of Reflection in Teaching Development

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In 2019 MUFA completed a comprehensive review of Student Evaluations and recommended a shift from teaching evaluation to reflections on teaching development. Teaching development can be informed by peer observations of teaching as well as students’ reflections on learning at the course and program levels. A focus on the student experience and continuing to develop the practice of teaching has been further encapsulated in the recent launch of the 2021 Partnered on Teaching and Learning Strategy. Teaching evaluation is an important opportunity for educators to reflect and build on their teaching, but in a year that has been dramatically different than any we’ve encountered before, it is important for educators to reframe these evaluations.

Join us to explore how teaching evaluation and learning reflections can be incorporated in meaningful ways while acknowledging the remote and blended learning environments experienced in the past year. Our panel of instructors will share their experiences and answer questions during a live Q&A.

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Catherine Anderson: Director, Gender and Social Justice; Associate Professor (Teaching Stream), Department of Linguistics and Languages

Robert Fleisig: Associate Professor, W. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology

Michel Grignon: Professor, Department of Health, Aging & Society

Teal McAteer: Associate Professor, DeGroote School of Business

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Organizer Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teaching

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