As we begin to reimagine teaching with the lessons learned from the pandemic, the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology and the Office of the Cross Chair for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning are pleased to announce a call for proposals for Teaching Scholars-in-Residence for the summer and fall of 2021.
Through the Teaching Scholar-in-Residence program, CTLT and the Cross Chair aim to positively influence student success at Illinois State University and contribute to the conversation regarding intellectual inquiry around learning and teaching.
Tenure-track and tenured Illinois State University faculty members are eligible to apply to this program.
One Teaching Scholar will be named in each of the following three areas:
Teaching Scholars participating in the residency program will:
The Teaching Scholar residency will be completed in two parts, each aligned with the Framework for Inclusive Teaching Excellence (FITE).
The Teaching Scholar will be in residence at CTLT during May and June where they will serve as an educational developer alongside CTLT staff, designing and implementing a three-day "deep dive" workshop on your topic as part of Summer Institute programming. Teaching Scholars will receive $3,000 stipend upon the successful completion of Part 1 (by June 30, 2021).
The Teaching Scholar will work with CTLT staff or the Cross Chair to complete a project related to their focus after July 1. At the successful completion of the project, the scholar will receive an additional $3,000 upon successful completion of Part 2 (by May 1, 2022). Projects may include:
Applications are due by 4 p.m. on Monday, March 15, 2021. Decisions will be announced by Friday, March 26, 2021.
Prospective Teaching Scholars will be asked to address the following in their applications:
Please contact Dr. Julie-Ann McFann at firstname.lastname@example.org.