ECEC - COE Teaching Fellow Title Requirements

Requirements for Maintaining COE Teaching Fellow Title

Congratulations on completing Tiers 0 and 1 of the COE Teaching Fellows program! By completing all activities in the 2 tiers, you are part of a selective group of faculty that can either maintain your title’s active status for this year, or apply for the Tier 2 (Teaching Scholar) program. Below you will find the activities required for maintaining your Teaching Fellow title for the current Academic Year, as well as the requirements in previous years. 

If you would like to apply for the Tier 2 (Teaching Scholar) program instead of maintaining your Teaching Fellow title for the year, please see the Tier 2 (Teaching Scholars) program requirements

Fall 2021-Spring 2022 Academic Year
Theme and Goal
Activities
Notes/Deadlines

Building Community

  • Reflect on current teaching practices and philosophies
  • Plan activities and strategies based on reflection and discussion to implement in future courses
  • Network with faculty learning community and Leadership
  1. Participate in a yearlong faculty learning community with 6 in-person group discussions
    • 3 sessions in the Fall discussing The Skillful Teacher by Stephen D. Brookfield, complete Reflection Packets
    • 3 sessions in the Spring discussing How Humans Learn by Joshua R. Eyler, complete Reflection Packets
  2. Allow POCA participants to observe teaching (Optional)
  3. Attend private Teaching Celebration meeting with Leadership (Strongly recommended)

Active participation throughout the Fall and Spring semesters (attend all 6 learning community discussions)

Teaching Celebration hosted on March 24th, 2022

Fall 2022-Spring 2023 Academic Year
Theme and Goal
Activities
Notes/Deadlines

Teaching Approaches

  • Reflect on current teaching practices and philosophies
  • Plan activities and strategies based on reflection and discussion to implement in future courses
  • Network with Faculty Teaching Fellows Communities
  1. Participate in a yearlong faculty learning community with 6 in-person group discussions and events
    • Fall 2022: Attend two in-person discussion sessions, prepare and implement one new teaching strategy, meet once with Pre-Fellow mentee regarding their Spring 2023 presentation
    • Spring 2023: Attend three in-person discussion sessions on Inclusive Teaching by Hogan and Sathy, attend Pre-Fellow presentations (voluntary)
  2. Attend private Teaching Celebration meeting with Leadership (Strongly recommended)

Active participation throughout the Fall and Spring semesters (attend and complete all 4 learning community discussions and other activities)

Meet with Pre-Fellow mentee in early Fall 2022

Attend Pre-Fellow presentations in late Spring 2023, Date TBD

Attend Teaching Celebration hosted on TBD