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Conversations: Teaching in Veterinary Medicine
Conversations: Teaching in Veterinary Medicine is a blog where we can discuss successes and barriers in teaching and share ideas. Peggy Root is the primary author and will be providing information about books on education that she has read and about ideas for educational research. Check it out and please, add comments! If you wish to author something, let Peggy know ([email protected]) and she can add you to the site as an author.
CVM Instructor Development course
CID 2.0 is the second iteration of the CVM Instructor Development program. This teaching training is available to all faculty, teaching staff, and residents. Different topics will be offered monthly – complete information is available here and questions can be directed to Peggy Root at [email protected].
If you are interested in learning more about how to facilitate constructive classroom dialogue that is inclusive of divergent perspectives, you might consider consulting with staff in the Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) or the Office for Equity and Diversity, or attending the CEI webinar.
CVM Syllabus Template
There is a new CVM Syllabus Template that will be used for all DVM courses starting in the Fall 2020 semester. Reach out to you departmental Educational technologist for more information.
Canvas Camp is a group of interactive Zoom sessions that go over some of the more advanced functions of Canvas. The sessions are currently happening on Thursdays at Noon and go throughout the Summer. Please email Ryan Rupprecht ([email protected]) if interested. Anyone can self enroll in the Canvas Camp course we will be using to provide examples during the Zoom sessions.
A request from the Provost
A coordinated set of faculty development options for summer and fall instruction are available to instructors across the university system. Please share this broadly on your campus and within your college. I’m aware that some colleges/campuses may already have faculty development plans underway; this list of offerings is meant to be supplemental to what is already being offered. An easy thing to communicate to your faculty is that if they have any question related to teaching, they can simply go to TeachingSupport and someone will get back with them quickly to direct them to the right place.
Best practices for virtual instruction in fall semester
We do not yet know what we will be expected to provide for students in years 1-3 of the curriculum in fall semester. Planning ahead at this point involves brainstorming to consider how you might alter your classes to meet new requirements. The document below highlights some of those options.
For more distance learning resources see the Off Campus Teaching page
CVM distance learning shared resources
The College of Veterinary Medicine is compiling a list of shared resources to distribute to others that are interested. This is a living document so check back for updates!
Instructor development opportunities
Need help as an instructor? See if what you need is on the DVM Teaching Quick Links page.
Peer review of teaching Are you interested in peer review of your teaching? Contact the CVM Educational Support group to set up a time to discuss what aspect of your teaching you would like reviewed.
More Resources from outside The College of Veterinary Medicine