Throughout the school year, the Harte Center for Teaching and Learning organizes workshops and events on a variety of timely and relevant teaching topics and issues for faculty and staff. 

Peer Mentoring Working Group

We know that peer-to-peer instruction can be a powerful tool for improving learning–for both the tutor and the tutee. With this in mind, the Harte Center and the Office of Community-Based Learning would like to form a Working Group of interested faculty, staff, and students to explore how best to implement peer-to-peer instruction. Starting in the fall, we’ll explore the various ways peer mentoring is already being employed on campus, generate an understanding of effective practices, and explore some outside resources, including readings and experts in the field. And, of course, we’ll make sure folks are well fed! If you’re interested, please reach out to Sascha Goluboff at

Did You Know?

The Harte Center for Teaching and Learning can also design tailored workshops for departments on a variety of topics, including (but not limited to): 

  • course design
  • classroom dynamics
  • diversity in the classroom
  • assessing student learning
  • grading
  • documentation of teaching effectiveness

In addition to workshops, The Harte Center for Teaching and Learning is happy to offer consultations with departments or other administrative units, as well as  individual consultations with instructors, based on video recordings of instructors or observations of instructors in the classroom.

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