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Teaching Squares: A Teaching Development Tool

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Teaching Squares: A Teaching Development Tool

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If you're looking for a way to improve your teaching, consider teaching squares. A teaching square consists of four faculty from different disciplines who visit each other's classes within a two-to-three-week period. After the classroom visits, the four gather around coffee or a meal to discuss the teaching observed. The intention of the square is not to criticize each other's teaching. Rather, it's to gather ideas on different teaching approaches that might be used in one's own classes.

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