Faculty

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Our work with faculty is guided by the belief that teaching, like scholarship, benefits from evidence-based best practices, careful reflection, active collaboration, purposeful innovation and thoughtful assessment. We offer faculty resources and guidance on all aspects of course design, confidential individual consultations and teaching assessments as well as group-based sessions and workshops. We also collaborate with faculty and carry out our own teaching-related program evaluations and scholarship on teaching.

What We Do

Teaching at Princeton

Evidence-based guidance on all aspects of course design from syllabus development to reflecting on student course evaluations

Teaching with Technology

Guidance on using technologies that enhance student learning, including Canvas and the Digital Learning Lab

Scholarship on Teaching

Princeton contributions to the field’s scholarly understanding of higher education and student learning in the classroom

Calls for Proposals

Apply for funding for a variety of Princeton initiatives related to teaching innovation

Consult with Us

We can provide guidance on all aspects of pedagogy and course design. Reach out to us here!

Upcoming Events

Book Talk Series: Academic Innovation for the Public Good

Book Talk Series: Academic Innovation for the Public Good
An online book conversation with author Van Ton-Quinlivan, former executive vice chancellor for the California Community Colleges. Part of the series, Academic Innovation for the Public Good, organized by Stanford Digital Education and Trinity College. Please visit

Faculty Workshop: Course Blogs With McGraw Commons

A course blog adds a project-based focal point for the academic work done in a course, allowing students and faculty to review, comment upon, and publish scholarly work. A well-designed site can encourage a sense of collaboration and community within a course. Blogs can incorporate multimedia, encouraging students to illustrate their writings…

Faculty Workshop: Digital Assignments - Storymaps

A storymap is a digital expository work illustrated with multimedia elements such as maps, images, text, audio, and video. Most often, short passages of text are associated with specific locations on a map. As the reader progresses through the narrative, the map updates to display the associated location, proving spatial context to the story…

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Faculty Teaching Communities

Join a Princeton faculty group focused on teaching and pedagogical questions

Assessment

Collaborate with us to design program and teaching evaluations required for grant proposals, your class or departmental student learning programs.

Teaching Transformations

A collection of first-hand teaching experiences and initiatives in Princeton classrooms.

A Digital Toolkit

A collection of applications to help enhance your course.