The Teaching Analysis by Students (TABS) program is designed to assist instructors in identifying and effectively using their teaching strengths, isolating teaching problems, and developing improvement strategies to achieve professional growth.
The TABS process is a confidential tool to assess teaching effectiveness:
- Instructor submits request for the selected course.
- Students share opinions about performance, teaching skills, and behaviors.
- A trained TABS consultant reviews and analyzes data from students.
- Instructor meets with a TABS consultant to achieve professional growth.
The Center for Faculty Excellence / Academic Partnership for Instruction will be administering the TABS program the sixth, seventh, and eighth weeks (February 13 to March 3) of the Spring 2017 semester.
For application deadlines or more information, please visit the website.
To schedule TABS for your course, please contact CFE/API at 402.554.2427 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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