Faculty Peer Consultation
The Faculty Peer Consultation process is a voluntary, collaborative approach to enhancing your teaching and learning at the University of Saskatchewan. Peer Consultation is designed to help inform your journey to teaching excellence. It is voluntarily initiated by a teacher, and we keep it confidential. A consultation typically takes three to four weeks to complete. Because of this it must be initiated prior to the last month of a class.
The GMCTE offers a variety of exciting courses for both graduate students and newer faculty members. Visit individual course pages for more information and registration instructions.
GSR 982: Mentored Teaching is for Ph.D. students who have received a Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Fellowship from the College of Graduate Studies and Research. This faculty-mentored program prepares graduate students to become classroom instructors (term one) with a teaching practicum in their home department (term two).