CAT offers consultation and facilitation services to small groups of faculty, academic and student service departments. Whether updating an existing course, designing a new course sequence, or exploring teaching and learning related topics or issues, a CAT consultant can help your team think about course goals, assignments, activities, and their alignment to maximize engagement and student learning.
Departments/Colleges we’ve had the opportunity to work with…
Athletic Training – Graduate research sequence design and student feedback.
Calculus – Calculus sequence redesign and the implications of math anxiety and stereotype threat on student success.
Economics – Moving TA’s into teaching roles and gateway course redesign.
English - Development of new course materials including the course text.
Global First Year – Fostering motivating and supportive learning environments.
College of Hospitality Management – Understanding and overcoming student success barriers.
Nursing – Increasing student motivation and engagement in the classroom.
Public Policy and Administration - Examining the online program curriculum and redesign of the senior capstone course.
College of Social Work - Incorporating inclusive teaching practices into course design and classroom activities.
FIU Residence Life - Reimagining residence life curriculum with learning-centered teaching practices.
If you would like to discuss a departmental workshop or any small group faculty development need, you can submit your request online at team/department consultation request or email CAT at firstname.lastname@example.org. A CAT consultant will follow-up with your team/department to discuss the details of your request and how CAT can support you.