Constructive Criticism of Teaching: How to give it; How to take it
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020, 5 – 6:30 pm
Members Only Roundtables are open to all Teaching Academy Fellows, Future Faculty Partners, and Affiliates. Please register for this event – HERE
Panelists: Beth Martin, Assistant Dean in the School of Pharmacy, Peter Wardrip, Assistant Professor, Curriculum & Instruction
Moderator: Adrian Treves, Professor, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies, Teaching Academy co-chair
For many of us, our personal narrative includes the idea that we are good teachers, which can make it hard to seek and then accept honest feedback from peers (or, even more so, from students). How can we cultivate an attitude of constant self-improvement so as to be able to grow as a teacher through feedback? How can individuals giving feedback do so in such a way as to support improved educational outcomes for students without undermining the confidence of instructors? And how can the institution as a whole set up systems for frequent, constructive feedback so as to encourage and reward teaching quality and improvements in teaching quality without feeling punitive?
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