This site contains links to resources that will be useful to both first-time and experienced teachers. We hope this information will help make teaching and learning fun and effective for you and your students.
How do I conduct an effective student evaluation of my teaching? I need suggestions for conducting or receiving peer review of teaching.
How do I balance my teaching, research, clinical, and academic service responsibilities? What resources are available to a new faculty member at the SVM?
How can I find a teaching mentor who will support (not evaluate) my teaching? What teaching-related seminars or discussion groups are available at the SVM and elsewhere on campus?
About the Teaching Resources Group
Where do I start? How do I decide what course objectives to pursue, what content to include, what methods to use, and what materials to prepare?
How do I effectively capture students’ attention, clearly convey content, and actively involve students in their learning?
How do I create student assessments that reflect how well students have learned what I think I taught? I need suggestions for constructing exam questions.
What is the “typical” day of a vet student like? What do teachers do that promote or inhibit learning from the student point of view? How can I help students having academic or personal difficulties?