Graduate Student Pedagogy Course
The Graduate Student Pedagogy Course is an online, ten-week graduate student professional development course that prepares Teaching Assistants, Graduate Assistants, and PhD Candidates for teaching at TCU and beyond.
Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning
Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning is a four-hour workshop that introduces TCU faculty to student learning outcomes. During this workshop, faculty members discuss how implementing course-level outcomes can enhance and improve teaching and learning. The Koehler Center works at the class-level only, and all information from this course will be confidential.
Preparing to Teach Online
Preparing to Teach Online is an online, instructor-led course that takes ten weeks to complete. The course covers strategies for successful online teaching and introduces instructional design models. Faculty will receive a portfolio and certificate upon completion. Preparing to Teach Online is one of the TCU training requirements for faculty to teach fully online.
Student-Centered Active Learning Institute
The Student-Centered Active Learning Institute is an opportunity for TCU faculty to design an active learning course to
- Create a student-centered environment that is collaborative and engaging
- Improve your face-to-face time with your students
- Model an educational environment where application happens in the classroom and lecture happens online
- Develop deeper meaning and connections to course content to promote learning
TCU Online Boot Camp
TCU Online Boot Camp is a professional development opportunity for the TCU teaching community. It is delivered in two formats—online and face-to-face—periodically throughout the year. During the three-day face-to-face course and the ten-week online course, participants gain hands-on experience using all the teaching and management tools TCU Online offers.