As part of the Teaching Excellence Program, undergraduates give feedback to professors on how to improve the classroom experience.
Presented on 4/4 by guest speaker Dr. Marcia Chatelain.
TEP is currently accepting Classroom Innovation grant applications on a rolling basis and Travel grant applications for trips occurring after August 1, 2019.
The Innovation Institute is a daylong event that will take place Monday, May 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The CAS Teaching Excellence Program (TEP) provides resources to faculty members to support them in strengthening and expanding their teaching expertise, with the goal of best serving the needs of Lewis & Clark’s undergraduates. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the program strives to create opportunities for collaboration and to provide assistance to faculty as they refine and share teaching practices with their colleagues.
TEP offers a number of resources and events designed to help disseminate best practices in pedagogy. The program is designed not only to assist professors, but also to bring faculty together – across all disciplines and throughout their careers – to discuss and apply teaching techniques that are engaging, inclusive, and innovative. By offering workshops, bringing distinguished speakers to campus, and hosting regular lunchtime gatherings, TEP will dovetail with the efforts of other on-campus programs to support faculty development.