Teaching at Princeton

Professor Datta lectures to students in front of a blackboard.

Our Teaching at Princeton pages provide a comprehensive guide for faculty on everything from designing your course and leading class discussions to creating assessments and making good use of student evaluations. In addition to the material on this website, we offer two asynchronous faculty development courses available through self-sign-up on Canvas:  (Re)designing Your Course and Inclusive and Equitable Teaching.

If you would like to meet about your specific course at any point, please reach out for a consultation. We also invite you to attend our workshops on different aspects of teaching and learning or to participate in a faculty learning community.

Designing Your Course

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

Teaching Equitably and Inclusively

Creating an inclusive community requires us all to consider how the experiences of Princeton’s students from underrepresented groups are respected and reflected in social life, university culture, and course curriculum.

Princeton Research on Teaching

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

Faculty Resource Library

Resources and Newsletter Archive for Faculty