Improving Teaching

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Pillar I: Improving Teaching

IEE is committed to providing leadership in the areas of peer feedback and improvement of teaching for which we are developing comprehensive methods and resources.

Below are the programs we provide for this aspect of our mission:

Curriculum Development: Longitudinal Programs

We have lots of different workshops and programs to help you prepare for or execute  Curriculum Development or Curriculum Revision projects. If you are not sure which program below best fits your needs, click here to email our Director and describe what support you are hoping for and we'll help to match you with the right resource: Faculty Curriculum Development Support Need. For teaching skills and CD longitudinal programs questions please contact Kimberly Mryncza @ [email protected].

The Curriculum Development Longitudinal Leadership Course via Zoom   

  • We are beginning to interview NOW for our flagship program – a unique opportunity to develop or revise a curriculum as part of a supportive learning community. Meet on Wednesdays from September 3, 2024, through June 11, 2025. Request interview


Principles & Practice of Curriculum Development (16 hrs. Workshop) via Zoom   

This in-depth workshop presents each step with exercises related to your curriculum project. Try one of our two-day experiences! This program requires an interview with Program Director Belinda Chen.   


Foundations of Curriculum Development 4 hrs. Workshop via Zoom  

Perfect for those new to curriculum development - no prior interview required. 


The Curriculum Workshop and Practicum Bundle (16 hrs. Workshop, plus up to 15 hours faculty facilitator mentorship) via Zoom   

This bundle offers more flexibility to work on a CD project with access to asynchronous lectures and facilitated exercises applying the six curriculum development steps to your project. Each exercise will then be reviewed by a faculty facilitator who will meet with you for up to 15 hours within the academic year as you plan and execute your curriculum.  

Learn More about Faculty Development Programs