Ramp up to instruction consultations

Published: May 12, 2023 Author: Staff reports

Ohio University instructors teaching during the summer semester are invited to request consultations from Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment staff and collaborators, including the Office of Instructional InnovationOffice of Instructional Technology, University Libraries, Experiential Learning and the Center for Campus and Community Engagement.

Consultations assist instructors in preparing to teach courses or address teaching challenges along the way. They also offer a time to simply collaborate around ideas for improving student learning. Consultation topics include, among others:

  • Syllabus construction
  • ChatGPT and AI course policies
  • Experiential Learning and BRICKS Learning & Doing Course Development
  • Effective use of a Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Classroom management
  • Strategies for teaching efficiently
  • Assignment/activity design
  • Assessing student learning 
  • Inclusive pedagogy/building a sense of belonging 
  • Active learning strategies (i.e., flipped classrooms, case studies, problem-based learning)
  • Teaching large-enrollment courses
  • Selecting instructional technologies
  • Identifying themes in student feedback to improve instruction
  • Community-engaged teaching and learning and C-course development

Instructors or teams of instructors are invited to request remote or in-person consultations by emailing ctla@ohio.edu or visiting websites of partner units.