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Teacher Performance

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Faculty Mentoring for Teaching at U of T

P2P is a faculty mentoring for teaching program run by the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) that involves a cohort of paired colleagues collaborating through structured, facilitated workshops and 1-1 partnerships to improve the quality of their course, the student learning experience, and to offer a supportive space for instructors to try new strategies, approaches and build confidence in their teaching.

  • Website
  • Leadership
  • Mentorship and Coaching
Source Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto

Gathering Formative Feedback with Mid-Course Evaluations

Design, conduct, and evaluate mid-course evaluations with this guide.

  • Guide
  • Teaching
  • Teacher Performance
  • Promotions and Teaching Dossiers
Source Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto (2017)

Exploring Faculty Developers’ Experiences to Inform Our Understanding of Competence in Faculty Development

Introduces a model that highlights 3 processes (constructing, negotiating, attuning) faculty developers engage in while enacting competence.

  • Article
  • Teaching
  • Teacher Performance
  • Competencies
Source Baker L, Leslie K, Panisko D, Walsh A, Wong A, Stubbs B, Mylopoulos M. (2018). Academic Medicine, 93, 265–273

Teaching Excellence Competencies Model

Introduces developmental and aspirational model for clinical teachers to move from a level of foundational teaching competence to excellence in clinical teaching.

  • Guide
  • Teaching
  • Teacher Performance
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Nirula, L., Lowe, M., Maharaj, S., McLaney, E. Parker, K. & Leslie, K.

Enhanced Teacher Performance Program

Program that focuses on enhancing one’s effectiveness as a clinical or laboratory-based teacher. Faculty at any stage in their careers can engage in this short-term intensive program to maximize their teaching competencies.

  • Course
  • Teaching
  • Teacher Performance
Source Centre for Faculty Development

Centre for Faculty Development
Li Ka Shing International Healthcare
Education Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street, 4th floor

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