Requirements

Ph.D. graduate students in or beyond their second year of graduate work and Post-doctoral fellows are eligible to apply to the Preparing Future Faculty Teaching Academy Certificate program.

To be awarded a certificate, complete one activity in each phase or propose a comparable activity.

 
Fall
Intersession
Spring
Summer
Phase I -
"Associate"
6-10 hours of introductory teaching material

Eyes on Teaching Workshop Series

     
 

Teaching Topics and Tapas

 
 

CIRTL Workshops and Courses

Phase II -
"Practitioner"
minimum of 12 hours or 1-credit of instructional material development

An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching

 

Preparation for University Teaching
(Search for course title)

Teaching at the University Level
(3rd Term)

Teaching Institute

Phase III -
"Apprentice"
minimum of 6 hours teaching as instructor of record
Complete a mentored Teaching Practicum that may include:

Teaching a credit or non-credit course during the academic year, intersession or summer terms.

Apprentice with a faculty to teach a portion of their course.

Participate in a Teaching Fellowship Program

Participate in a Collaborative Teaching Appointment

Optional -
"Scholar"

TAR@Hopkins Program
(Optional)