Teaching & Learning
Faculty Development provides a range of teaching resources and support to all St. Thomas faculty. Services individual consultation, classroom consulting, peer mentoring, workshops and seminars on a wealth of teaching-related topics including accessibility, diversity and inclusion, and online learning.
We've also subscribed to on-demand 20 Minute Mentor videos to help you fit professional into your busy schedule. Recordings of selected workshops and events are also available online.
Guides, research, best practices on a wide range of topics from accessibility, assessment and technology to course and syllabus design. Explore the growing list of teaching resources, services and support available to all St. Thomas faculty.
Instructional design support is available to all St. Thomas faculty as part of our partnership with Information Technology Services and the Libraries to enhance academic technology support and services for faculty.
Classroom Consulting is an important way that the Center for Faculty Development supports teaching. Consulting services are free, confidential, and intended to assist faculty who want to strengthen and improve their teaching skills.
Faculty Development provides general IDEA information, resources and best practices for UST Faculty on integrating IDEA Objectives into course syllabi, selecting IDEA objectives, relating teaching methods to objectives, and interpreting IDEA results.
Dr. Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman shares tips for getting students more engaged and for making the most of teacher-student interactions.
Opening in Fall 2016! The new St. Thomas E-Learning And Research (STELAR) center is a partnership with the Libraries, Academic Affairs, and Faculty Development to enhance the teaching and learning mission of the university.