The CFDE's Teaching Consultation Program pairs faculty members for one-on-one sessions geared to improving one or more aspects of his or her teaching. Consultations can cover a variety of topics including course design, discussion skills and techniques, classroom management and the effiective use of technology in class.
"Learning to be Better Teachers" is a full-day Emory workshop, organized by William Branch, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Director, Division of General Medicine, which provides faculty with an opportunity to interact with colleagues across the School of Medicine and to enhance their teaching skills.
Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opprotunities (TATTO)
TATTO ensures that each student’s education as a scholar is balanced with thoughtful and thorough preparation in the art of teaching. With the help of TATTO, Emory graduates enter professional life, whether or not that includes classroom teaching, with the skills of competent and confident educators.
Anyone currently teaching at Emory is eligible to apply for the Classroom Mini-Grants. This fund supports honoraria for guest presernters, classroom materials not covereed by regular departmental funds and food/travel expenses for off campus class visits.
The FIT Grant supports innovative teaching at Emory and is available to all full time faculty.