What will students learn in your course?
How is your course structured?
How will you assess student learning throughout the quarter (“formative assessment”) and at the end (“summative assessment”)?
What evidenced-based strategies will you use to enhance student learning?
How will you effectively support learning for ALL students?
How will you support peer-to-peer interaction in your classroom?
How can you leverage polling tools such as iClicker to enhance student engagement and feedback in your classroom?
How can you assess the impact of your course? Includes a mid-quarter evaluation tool you can easily copy from CCLE.
How can colleagues and departments help improve teaching?
What tools can you use to self-assess your own teaching?
Given the many concerns with focusing only on student evaluations of teaching, what are other ways that you and your institution can assess teaching effectiveness and student learning?
Additional information about CEILS services and programs available throughout the year include individual consultations, summer institutes and programs.
“Bringing Theory to Practice” (BTtoP) workshops are short (1-2 hours) targeted trainings and workshops offered throughout the year.
The UCLA Library provides a variety of services to assist instructors in inspiring student learning, research, and success.
Campus resources and services to include in your syllabus or post on your course website.