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Duke Center for Instructional Technology
Visit a Classroom program
How the Program Works
*After submitting an application, you will be contacted when we match you with two other Duke faculty with complimentary schedules and interests.
*The CIT will arrange a lunch with you and the other two faculty to get acquainted and learn about getting the most out of your classroom visit.
*During the semester, you'll visit two class sessions to reflect on your teaching.
*After the faculty in your group have completed the classroom visits, the CIT will arrange a lunch so you can debrief about techniques and ideas you can use in your own teaching.
To sign up for the CIT's Visit a Classroom program, fill out the information below.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year - we will contact you when we have two other faculty that are compatible with your schedule.
If you have questions about the program, contact
Duke Department (Required)
Teaching Schedule (Required)
In the space below, please enter your class schedule for the current semester. Only the days and times you are teaching are required to best match your schedule with other faculty.
Which class would you like other faculty in your Visit a Classroom group to visit? (Required)
Please enter the department, course number, name of course, days and times of the class and the location.
Other Scheduling Considerations
If there are regular times each week you are not available due to other commitments, please note them below.
What is the typical number of students in classes that you teach?
What are typical activities in your courses? (lectures, "flipped" classroom activities, group work, group projects, discussion, etc.)
What are some topics or questions about teaching that you are interested in discussing with other faculty?
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