Teaching Circles offer a wonderful opportunity to work with colleagues from your own department or across disciplines to enhance and improve your teaching. Teaching Circles are safe places for learning, exploration, change, and accomplishment at various levels. The primary goal of improving each other’s teaching is never obscured, and members work to create an environment that is supportive, caring, and collegial in the finest sense of the word—one that celebrates the commitment to teaching and learning made by its members.
Watch this video to see results of the Research and Writing Cross-disciplinary teaching circle.
Contact the Reflective Practice co-director for Cross-Disciplinary and Department Teaching Circles
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
About Teaching Circles
Join an Existing Teaching Circle or Start a New One
Apply for a Mini-Grant to Support the Work of Your Teaching Circle
Examples of Outcomes and Benefits Achieved by Faculty Through Teaching Circle Preparation
Teaching Circle Bibliography