What is the Teaching Nest program?
Through your participation in a Teaching Nest, you will have the opportunity to:
A Teaching Nest is a group of 3-4 instructors across disciplines who visit each other’s classes (face-to-face or online) for their own reflection and learning. When visiting others' classes, we get new ideas and are reminded of what it's like to be a student. It is not an opportunity to offer feedback on Nest partners’ teaching. (Teaching Nests often is called Teaching Squares at other institutions.) The foundation of Teaching Nests is creating a safe, supportive, and non-evaluative environment through:
Commitment (approximately 5-7 hours across the semester). Please view the sample Teaching Nest guide for details.
To join a Teaching Nest, please register by September 25 for the Fall 2020 program.
The Teaching Nest program is part of CETL's Making Teaching & Learning Visible initiative.