Teaching Services

UCITE supports teaching and learning improvement and innovation through active engagement with colleagues, teaching assistant training, personalized school and department programming, and by maintaining a comprehensive browsing library of resources from the Science of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).


Active Engagement

UCITE teaching consultations and pedagogical teaching observations are designed to help faculty analyze existing instructional practices to identify strengths and possible areas for alternative practice, all to improve student learning. For more information, please contact us.


Teaching Assistant Training

CWRU Teaching Assistants (TAs) are required by the Office of the Provost to complete a training program related to your responsibilities and potential assignments. TA duties may include grading, leading a lab, teaching a recitation section, or some other combination of teaching responsibilities. The aim of TA training is to help prepare you for these instructional roles and to familiarize you with CWRU policies and procedures.


SoTL Browsing Library

UCITE has over 600 titles representing the Science of Teaching and Learning literature! These resources are available for review by CWRU faculty. Stop by UCITE or contact us to learn more.


Customized Programming: UCITE Mobile

In addition to UCITE signature programs like the Learning Fellows and AIIDE TLC (Advancing Inclusion, Internationalization, Diversity, and Equity in a Teaching and Learning Collaborative), our staff designs and facilitates customized programming for college, school, department, and program-level events. UCITE recently designed programming for the School of Medicine and the School of Dental Medicine. Contact us to learn about UCITE Mobile possibilities.


If you have questions about UCITE Teaching Services, contact us.