On the recommendations of the UW-Green Bay Teaching Effectiveness Working Group, the University Committee and the Provost’s Office agreed to a two-year program to pilot a peer teacher mentoring effort at UW-Green Bay. The UC, in consultation with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, is now calling for two tenured faculty teaching mentors to lead the effort. These teaching mentors will each work with eight untenured colleagues in two cohorts each over two years. As compensation, each teaching mentor will receive one course reassignment for each of the two years piloting the project. Full details at this link, but the deadline for applications is April 1.
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