Teaching Triads are organized in the fall to give faculty an opportunity to talk about their teaching on a regular basis with a small consistent group. Most groups are compiled of one new faculty member, a second year faculty member, and a tenured faculty member. If you would like to belong to a triad, please contact Jesse Kavadlo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
As the CTL helped new faculty create and join Teaching Triads—groups of three faculty members of differing levels of experience at Maryville—we’ve also invited adjuncts to participate in their own teaching triads. Right now, we have five adjunct Teaching Triads, with the possibility of continuing to grow as the year goes on.
If you have not become a member of our Canvas page, please send me an email and I will email you an invitation. If you know of an adjunct who is not receiving my emails, please ask them to contact me so I can get them on the list!
“Why would I participate in a Teaching TRIAD?” you may ask….
– cultivate relationships
– talk about teaching challenges and triumphs
– learn from one another
– create a professional development schedule that works for you
– participate in conversations at a convenient location for you (your home, over the phone, Skype, coffee…)
On November 15th, 2016, the CTL will host a TRIAD party for all campus adjuncts. Click here for more information.