FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Collaborative Peer Consultation
presented by the UH Center for Faculty Engagement and Development
This upcoming FED Food for Thought event will be on Collaborative Peer Consultation; a two-day workshop facilitated by Dr. William Buskist, a distinguished professor of Psychology at Auburn University.
Dr. Buskist will present a practical model for conducting formative peer consultation incorporating a five-step process: pre-teaching meeting, classroom observation, student feedback, a written report, and a post-teaching meeting. Dr. Buskist will also address several questions and concerns that faculty often raise about peer review of college and university teaching.
9 am – noon, February 12 and 13 in room 219 of the Student Center.
Continental breakfast will be served at 8:30 am each day.
Limited seats are available and registration is required.
Other upcoming events in the FED Food for Thought series include:
Publishing Your Research in Peer-Reviewed Journals
Moderated by panelists from different disciplines
February 20th, 2015 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Student Center, Room 257
Managing Classroom Conflicts: Dealing with Disruptive Students
Facilitated by: Dr. Je’Anna Abbott, UH Ombudsperson
February 27th, 2015 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Student Center, Room 261
About the FED
FED aims to enhance student success by promoting, supporting, and fostering a culture of excellence through the comprehensive development of the UH academic community. FED provides programs for both faculty and graduate students to support their growth and development in teaching, research, service, outreach, and leadership.
For more information or queries please contact:
Center for Faculty Engagement and Development (FED)
Paula Myrick Short