CETLI staff from a range of disciplines are available to consult with Penn graduate students or postdocs. They are happy to talk about a range of teaching issues from current questions about how a class is going to questions about developing a future class or preparing materials for the job market.
CETLI consultations are conversations that consider your goals and your questions. These non-evaluative consultations may address any number of topics, including but not limited to:
- preparing a class
- leading discussions or problem-solving recitations
- setting standards for and grading student work
- writing a teaching philosophy or statement for the job market
- preparing materials for a teaching portfolio