New2OSU

Structured on existing literature New2OSU is focused on impacting student success by accelerating the effectiveness of newer faculty. In collaborative cohorts, participants develop the knowledge and skills necessary to build inclusive, interactive, and instructionally sound learning environments to promote student engagement, retainment, and deeper levels of learning. New2OSU partners with units across campus for participants to learn about OSU’s policies and practices; our teaching and learning culture; and available resources.

New2OSU is focused on impacting student success by accelerating the effectiveness of newer faculty. Completion of the program may be used as evidence of professional development, teaching effectiveness for performance review (subject to supervisor approval), and for those seeking teaching renewal. Successful completion earns a University Teaching Certificate of Recognition (non-credit).

New2OSU partners with units across campus and uses a HyFlex approach to support the advancement of teaching and use of educational technology. In collaborative cohorts, participants also learn about OSU's policies and practices; our teaching and learning culture; and available resources for teaching and scholarship.

At the end of the program participants will have developed the knowledge and skills necessary to build supportive, inclusive, interactive, and instructionally sound learning environments. Through readings, videos, workshops, mentoring, teaching observations, discussions, reflection, and challenging learning tasks, participants learn about and demonstrate effective teaching practices. Faculty wishing to earn the Certificate (non-credit) are asked to commit to a three-term intensive program requiring (on average) 3 hours per week and (on average) 30 hours per term.

Now offering "non-credit" Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for those in need of OR license renewals! Be sure to confirm all state rules for requirements.

Term 1

Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks

Campus Connections

Term 2

Canvas Academy

Individualized Learning Pathways

Term 3

Mutual Mentors

Terms 1-3

Portfolio Creation

Reflective Teaching Mentor

Cohort Collaborative Hub (Optional)

Download the New2OSU Program Overview.

Read the following Program Guide for advice from your colleagues on successfully completing New2OSU.

See a list of the colleges and individuals which have participated in New2OSU and watch graduates discuss their New2OSU experiences.

Thinking About Registering?

CTL is currently accepting registrants for the 2019/2020 AY. New2OSU is on a first-come, first-serve basis. All applicants exceeding the 20 participant cap will be provided priority enrollment the following term. All three pages of the application must be complete for full acceptance.

    

For those who teach at the Corvallis campus (for face-to-face participants)

Program Expectations Your Decision to Register Register Here

For those who teach off-site (for online or Hyflex participants)

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Are you interested in becoming a Reflective Teaching Mentor?

The goals of a Reflective Teaching Mentor (RTM) are to support and forward a teacher’s thinking as they formulate their questions and advance their teaching knowledge and skills. We ask that you do classroom visits together as well as collect, analyze, and respond to their student input and data. As a Reflective Mentor we ask for a three-term commitment to partner with your mentee while they are enrolled in New2OSU.

We hope you will consider joining our team!

Register Here