TLS offers a consultation service designed to assist instructors, administrators, and staff in analyzing and developing their teaching skills.
色综合亚洲色综合吹潮_最不卡的一道本一区1_久久综合九色综合97_久久不射This service is free of charge to all McGill and Macdonald Campus faculty and staff. All consultations are provided as a service, at the request of instructors and/or teaching units, and all information pertaining to these consultations is considered strictly confidential.
色综合亚洲色综合吹潮_最不卡的一道本一区1_久久综合九色综合97_久久不射TLS offers two types of consultations:
- Individual consultations for instructors who would like assistance with, for example:
- planning their courses,
- developing teaching strategies and skills,
- interpreting course evaluation questionnaire data,
- developing teaching portfolios,
- using teaching and learning technologies,
- and so on; and,
- Unit/Program consultations involving all or a sub-group of individuals within a unit who are analyzing, developing, or improving a teaching program. View a list of Department, Faculty, and Program initiatives here.
A consultation might consist of one or two brief meetings to discuss specific aspects of an instructor's course or teaching, or that of a unit or program. This collaboration could continue throughout an entire term, with ongoing assistance from the consultant. A more in-depth consultation might involve:
- developing and applying specific teaching strategies and techniques;
- reviewing information about the course and the instructor’s teaching, collected from, for example: classroom observations by a consultant, interviews with the instructor, and/or information collected from students (e.g., through the MERCURY course evaluation service, or privately by the instructor through the learning management system or other means);
- selecting aspects of instruction on which to focus;
- monitoring the effectiveness of these strategies and planning any relevant modifications.
This process is flexible and has proven useful in a variety of teaching situations, including lectures, laboratories, discussion groups, seminars, and clinical training.