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Development of University Teaching Through Peer Consultation (2011/12)

Published on: Mon, 05/09/2011
Last Modified: Tue, 05/24/2011 - 12:40pm


$80,040 One Time: $29,390 in 2011/12, $33,890 in 2012/13 and $16,760 in 2013/14

This project undertaken by the Centre for Teaching and Learning will establish, promote, and assess the initial impact of a professional and pedagogical peer consultation process designed to improve teaching, improve peer evaluation of teaching and improve the status of teaching at the University of Windsor. Peer consultation will engage students and teachers in improving the teaching and learning experience at Windsor, open a faculty-initiated dialogue about the value and valuing of teaching, broaden the forms of data available for faculty seeking to create a clear representation of their pedagogical practice, and promote continuous and reflective growth as baseline practice for faculty members at all stages of their careers. The project is directly related to improving the collegial culture of the University, improving faculty retention and recruitment, and fostering an increasingly scholarly yet applied approach to improving student learning and the student experience on campus.