Teaching Fellow Services
If you would like confidential support to enhance your teaching in face-to-face, online, or hybrid settings, our Teaching Fellows are ready to help! Teaching Fellows are PFW faculty members who have been trained to provide teaching consultation services using a model of collegial, formative peer review.
Formative Peer Review
Formative peer review focuses on the enhancement of teaching and learning. These confidential consultation services are driven by your teaching goals and tailored to meet your individual needs and interests. Teaching Fellows offer the following formative peer review services:
- Classroom observation
- Review of instructional materials and activities
- Syllabus review
- Small Group Instructional Diagnostic (SGID)
- Assessment of student learning
- Analysis of student feedback and evaluation data
To request a Teaching Fellow consultation, please complete the Teaching Consultation Request Form.
Online Course Design Review
Teaching Fellows can also provide formative peer review of online courses. Our Fellows have been trained in Quality Matters™, a nationally recognized, faculty-driven peer-review process for online and hybrid course design. Fellows use CELT's Online Course Design Standards [PDF] to provide formative, confidential feedback.
To self-assess your online course, download our Online Course Review Readiness Checklist [PDF].
To request a formative online course review, please complete the Online Course Design Review Request Form.
Become a Teaching Fellow
Are you interested in becoming a Teaching Fellow? PFW faculty with 3 years of experience and who have demonstrated excellence in teaching are eligible to apply. Learn more about this program in our program description and download the CELT Teaching Fellow Application to apply.
For more information about requesting Teaching Fellow services or becoming a Teaching Fellow, please contact Rachel Ramsey.