Santa Clara University

Faculty-Development

Teaching Resources

Confidential Consultations and Observations

Get feedback and support for your teaching:  
  • Talk with a consultant about course design, particular assignments, challenging classroom dynamics, how to lead an effective discussion and more.
  • Interested in getting midterm feedback from your students--unofficially and anonymously? Check out these resource sheets from Teaching Centers at Washington U at St. Louis, or Duquesne U, which include sample midterm student evaluation tools. Note you can add these to your Camino page (there's an "ungraded survey" feature in the quizzes tab, which invites you to make results anonymous), or use an external tool such as SurveyMonkey. 
  • Arrange to have a trained observer visit your class, watch you teach and give you feedback via the Small Group Instructional Response (PDF). 
  • Visit the class of one of our Open Classroom Professors (PDF), watch another experienced teacher in action and have coffee and conversation about effective teaching.

Contact Faculty Development 

Assessment and Evaluation

Sustainability

The HUB

  • SCU's Writing Center, provides consultation and support for all faculty who teach writing in their courses.  Visit the HUB's web site or contact the Interim Director, Denise Krane.

Faculty  Development Library

Course Development and Classroom Management: Techniques for the New Professor 

Questions about course packets/class readers?

  • Learn more about SCU bookstore policies and processes.

More Resources

  • You’ll find excellent resources online for university faculty interested in developing their teaching.  Here are some especially useful sites and organizations. 

 

Contact Us

Faculty Development Program

Eileen Razzari Elrod
Assoc. Vice Provost for Faculty Development
St. Joseph's Hall, #124
408-554-4136

Pam Cuilla
Administrative Associate
St. Joseph's Hall, #113
408-554-4408
Fax: 408-551-1873 

KEY CONTACTS

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