Texas Tech University

Teaching Consultations

Schedule a teaching consultation

The Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center offers confidential teaching consultations for faculty members and teaching assistants. Consultations may range from a review of a course syllabus, to classroom observation, to videotaping of instruction. The consultant will provide detailed feedback to the faculty member or teaching assistant and may provide follow-up consulting upon request. Each TLPDC staff member who provides consultations can offer general assistance as well as insight from their areas of expertise. Consultations can be scheduled by contacting the individual directly or by calling the TLPDC office at 742-0133.

 

Specialized Consultants

Please take a look at the descriptions below to see who may best support you. Our staff can support a variety of needs. Once you have chosen the person you'd like to work with, simply click their name to schedule a meeting. You can also contact the TLPDC by email.

 

Erika Brooks-Hurst

Erika can help with the Zoom Platform and questions about using the different Zoom tools in your course, such as polling, breakout rooms, annotating slides, and overall engagement in the synchronous online classroom. She is also happy to consult on assignment development, teaching controversial subjects, managing hot moments, and topics related to diversity, equity, access, and inclusion in the classroom.

 

Alec Cattell

Alec can help with online pedagogy, intercultural competence development, project-based learning, critical content-based instruction, foreign language pedagogy, and anti-racist pedagogy.

 

Suzanne Tapp

If you'd like to talk about teaching large online sections or large face-to-face sections, Suzanne would love to chat with you! She is also currently using TopHat in her classes and using the transparency in teaching and learning (TILT) framework for assignment design and transparent teaching methods.

 

Mitzi Ziegner

Mitzi can assist you with instructional strategies for your face-to-face or online classes, clear communication, building positive teacher student rapport, effective course management tools, incorporating authentic learning experiences and building and maintaining learner engagement in a teaching and learning environment.

Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

  • Address

    University Library Building, Room 136, Mail Stop 2044, Lubbock, TX 79409-2004
  • Phone

    806.742.0133
  • Email

    tlpdc@ttu.edu