Welcome to the ANU CAP/CASS Teaching Mentoring Program

DO YOU HAVE AROUND 6 HOURS A SEMESTER OR EQUIVALENT TO MENTOR A COLLEAGUE OR TO WORK WITH A MENTOR?

Would you like to talk to your colleagues about teaching?
Would you be interested in a peer mentoring program that encourages you to think about innovation in your teaching?
Would you be interested in sharing ideas with colleagues?

Watch A/Prof Carol Hayes and A/Prof Susanna Scarparo Associate Dean Student Experience introducing you to the program:

The aim is firstly to create a supportive environment to help develop more effective teaching skills and improve curriculum design, and secondly to help colleagues gain better recognition for teaching excellence by exploring ways to demonstrate effective teaching.

REMEMBER YOU CAN BE BOTH A MENTOR AND A MENTEE!

Peer mentoring – work with a group; may include

  • Same level courses experiencing similar issues
  • First year experience and transition to university
  • Developing academic writing skills
  • Capstone courses and employability skills
  • Work within and/or across disciplines and regions
  • Share pedagogy and best practice

 

One on one mentoring – to develop better teaching practice

  • Receive individual coaching and support in the specific areas of interest related to your teaching.
  • Seek advice from more experienced teachers
  • Gain access to experienced senior teaching academics as a sounding board
  • Learn what is new in tertiary teaching

 

How will it work?

We will have different models suited to different goals.

  • Mentor/peer class observation & reflective discussion
  • Peer review – work as a group to discuss your courses and develop certain elements
  • Regular meetings with an experienced mentor to discuss aspects of course (giving good feedback, assessment, quizzes, responding to students etc.)
  • Mentor training is available when requested.

Dr Solene Inceoglu
French Lecturer

Solene Inceoglu

Dr Manuel Delicado
Lecturer (Spanish)

Dr Manuel Delicado Cantero

Dr Alison Behie
Biological Anthropologist

Alison Behie

Prof Robert Cribb
Professor of History

Robert_Cribb

Dr Ashley Carruthers
Researcher

Dr Ashley carruthers

A/Prof Creina Day
A/Prof of Economics and Director of Education

Creina day

Dr Charlotte Galloway
Senior Lecturer- Art History

Charlotte Galloway

Dr Christian Downie
Research Fellow in Regulation and Governance

Christian Downie

A/Prof Samantha Bennet
Associate Professor of Music

Samantha Bennet

Dr Kate Flaherty
Senior Lecturer Music and Drama

Kate Flaherty

Dr Joanne wallis
Lecturer Strategic Studies and Defence Centre

Joanne Wallis

Dr Sue Thompson
Lecturer National Security College

Sue Thompson

Prof Veronica Taylor
Professor of Law and Régulation

Veronica Taylor

Dr Gavin Smith
A/Prof & Deputy Head, ANU School of Sociology

Gavin Smith

A/Prof Susanna Scarparo
Associate Dean (Student Experience)

Susanna Scarparo

Dr Umut Ozguc
Lecturer and Researcher in Security Studies

Umut Ozguc

Dr Sverre Molland
Lecturer in Anthropology (Development Studies)

Sverre Molland

Prof Warwick McKibbin
Vice Chancellor’s Chair in Public Policy and Director, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA)

Professor Warwick J. McKibbin

A/Prof Daniel Martin
Associate Professor in Spanish

Dr Daniel Martin

Dr Stephen Loy
Lecturer, School of Music

Stephen Loy

Dr Phan Le
Tutor

Phan Le

Dr Gemma King
Lecturer in French Studies

Gemma King

Dr Tim Hassall
Senior Lecturer, Indonesian

Tim Hassal

A/Prof Carol Hayes
Associate Dean Student Experience

Carol Hayes

Dr Luke Glanville
Fellow, Department of International Relations

Luke Glanville

Dr Catherine Frieman
Senior Lecturer in European Archaeology

Catherine Frieman

Dr Mathew Davies
Head, Department of International Relations

Mathew Davies

Dr Kim Cunio
Senior Lecturer in composition, Musicology Convenor

Prof Nicholas Brown
Professor of History

Nicholas Brown

Prof John Blaxland
Director of Strategic and Defence Studies

John Blaxland

Dr Leslie Barnes
Convenor of the French Studies program

Leslie Barnes

Dr Shameem Black
Acting Director, South Asia Research Institute

Shameem Black

Prof Edward Aspinall
Lecturer

Edward Aspinall

Dr Deborah Cleland
School of Regulation and Global Governance

Deborah Cleland