Teaching Consultations

Meet with a faculty developer or faculty fellow to discuss any aspect of instruction, including:

  • Implementing effective strategies for teaching in any format including face-to-face, hybrid, and online
  • Designing or redesigning a course or syllabus
  • Designing assessments that measure what students are learning 
  • Developing efficient and effective grading practices
  • Generating creative and innovative ways to engage your students
  • Ensuring students leave your classroom with tools for lifelong learning
  • Responding to specific teaching challenges

Teaching Consultations Provided by Faculty Developers and Faculty Fellows from the Center for the Advancement of Teaching

  • Alicia Cunningham-Bryant, CAT Faculty Fellow; Assistant Professor, College of Liberal Arts
  • Stephanie Fiore, Senior Director, CAT; Associate Professor of Instruction, College of Liberal Arts
  • David Ingram, CAT Faculty Fellow; Associate Professor, Center for the Arts
  • Lawrence Kaplan, CAT Faculty Fellow; Associate Dean and Professor, School of Medicine
  • Maria Lorenz, CAT Faculty Fellow; Professor of Instruction, College of Science & Technology
  • Pete Watkins, Associate Director, CAT; Adjunct Faculty, College of Education
  • Johanna Inman, Assistant Director, CAT; Adjunct Faculty, College of Education
  • Simuelle Myers, Instructional Designer, CAT
  • Karen M. Turner, CAT Faculty Fellow; Associate Professor, School of Media and Communication

Schedule a Teaching Consultation

Use our online Teaching Consultations calendar to schedule an appointment with a Center for the Advancement of Teaching staff member who will help you with any aspect of your instruction. You may also schedule a consultation by contacting us at 215-204-8761, emailing us at cat@temple.edu, or in person at the Center for Advancement of Teaching at the TECH Center, Suite 112.

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