Reflective Teaching Practice & IDEA

We believe in our faculty’s ability for continued growth. ATL supports several opportunities for self-assessment, reflection, and iterative improvement, any of which can be incorporated into your reflective teaching practice.

What Is Reflective Practice?

Reflection as a teaching practice involves regular and cyclical processes that take into account insights gained from self-assessment, peer feedback, and student perspectives in coordination with expanding our knowledge on teaching and learning.

Strategies & Techniques

Deeper Dives

Deeper dives provide opportunities for reflection and transformation around a specific topic for faculty to adapt, implement, and assess evidence-based strategies in their courses. Events include self-paced “courses”, high-impact seminars, faculty institutes, and other special programs. Like any focused experience, these provide gains dependent upon the time and introspection given to them. The times for self-paced courses are a broad estimate.