Faculty Mentoring for Teaching

The Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) at the University of Toronto undertook a research study to examine faculty mentoring for teaching that includes a review of the mentoring field, U of T faculty mentoring experiences, and a Divisional environmental scan of U of T faculty mentoring programs and initiatives. U of T administrators, faculty, and staff who work directly or indirectly with faculty may draw upon the report and its recommendations to determine the  most appropriate mentoring approach  and/or model highlighted from the evidence presented in this research report. Please check back regularly to this page for practical tip-sheets and guides.

A related outcome of the report is the launch of a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Faculty Mentoring for Teaching Pilot Program – the Call for Applicants closes on November 18.

FACULTY MENTORING for TEACHING RESEARCH REPORT

Information about the PEER-to-PEER (P2P) FACULTY MENTORING for TEACHING at U of T Pilot, including application process

TIPS to ENHANCE YOUR DEPARTMENT’S TEACHING CLIMATE and CULTURE

DEANS, CHAIRS & ACADEMIC LEADERS: TIPS to ENHANCE YOUR DEPARTMENT’S TEACHING CLIMATE and CULTURE

Webinar
CTSI held a webinar about the Faculty Mentoring for Teaching Research Report and the P2P Mentoring at U of T Pilot Program. Please visit the P2P Pilot Program page to view.