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Instructor Support

We are dedicated to the professional development of all members of the campus teaching community as we support evidence-based learning and teaching practices. Our instructional design team and faculty coaches are eager to partner with faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and administrators.

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TLTC consultants work one-on-one with UMD instructors. Consultations are available to all UMD instructors (faculty, staff, & grad students).

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Teaching Resources

Engage with the scholarship of teaching and learning through these asynchronous materials to learn about active learning, inclusive pedagogy, and more.

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Programs for Instructors

Join a program to "launch" your teaching career, explore inclusive pedagogies, or join our self-paced training. TLTC programs are sure to have something right for you. 

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Learning Communities

Join your instructor colleagues across campus to build community, try new strategies, and explore ways to enhance teaching and learning. 

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Feedback on Your Teaching

Are you always hoping to reflect on and improve your teaching? Request a course observation, mid-semester focus group or another coaching service. 

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Instructional Technology

Whether you want help setting up or grading assignments in ELMS-Canvas, flipping your class, or teaching entirely online, we're here to help.

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