- Meet all course requirements for either UNIV600 or UNIV601 or a discipline-specific pedagogy course (with approval from UD CIRTL). Current approved courses include: HIST 667, SOCI 698, EDUC 857, PHYS 601
- Attend 2 local workshop programs (such as listed on the Canvas Calendar). Must complete post-workshop reflections to get full credit (will be found under “Discussions”)
- Attend one full day of a local teaching institute. Such as: Summer Institute on Teaching, Problem Based Learning Workshop, Course Design Institute
- Complete a statement of teaching philosophy
- Fulfill all requirements for Associate Level.
- Complete an additional approved course (same list from Associate Level).
- Attend 2 additional workshop programs (4 workshop programs total). Must complete post-workshop reflections to get full credit (will be found under “Discussions”)
- Undertake a Teaching-As-Research (TAR) Project – minimum threshold = completing a pilot or beta test of the project design
- Fulfill all requirements for Practitioner and Associate Levels
- Disseminate your learning across and beyond the UD campus community of educators, by completing at least two of the following from either category:
- Present your TAR findings to a community of educators. Such as: A panel at the Summer Institute on Teaching here at UD; A regional conference on teaching and learning; A poster presentation at a national conference
- Offer teaching-related service to the UD community. Such as: Facilitating a session at TA training; Offering a workshop for the CIRTL community