Are you interested in a career as a future faculty member? Take advantage of any of the CIRTL@TAMU career development programs to gain valuable experience and even certificates in teaching.
- Engage is a semester long learning community (held in the Fall and Spring)
- Participate in weekly professional development workshops about college teaching
- Observe faculty teaching
- Create a curriculum vitae (CV) and statement of teaching philosophy for your portfolio
- Earn a certificate and attend the annual AFF Fellows award ceremony
- For more information visit gta.tamu.edu
- Conduct an experiment in teaching methods in a real classroom project in collaboration with a faculty mentor in your discipline
- In this year long program, students design, implement, assess and report on innovative teaching methods tested in a STEM classroom here at Texas A&M.
- Fellows receive a stipend of either $300 (Level 1 projects) or $750 (Level 2 projects). Fellows engaging in a Level 2 project are expected to disseminate their findings in a poster session and/or via publication in a journal.
- To apply for this program see information and application form here. Download the Faculty Mentor Contract here. For questions, contact Dr. Ra'sheedah Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Engage in active-learning techniques discussing topics such as teaching methods, assessment, and classroom management strategies
- Design and conduct, with the guidance of a faculty mentor, a teaching session
- Receive valuable feedback on your teaching
- Develop a statement of teaching philosophy and course syllabus
- Create an electronic teaching portfolio
- Earn 1 credit hour
- For more information visit http://cte.tamu.edu/content/science-technology-engineering
TAR Fellowship Application Deadline - Extended to June 6
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