Do you need help with your teaching? Your syllabus? Your lesson plan? Your rubric? Your teaching portfolio? The PFF consultation system is free to all CGU students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Even if you are not working toward the PFF Certificate, our appointment services are always open to you. You can meet with a PFF Fellow in-person, online via Zoom, or via our e-mail review system. Upload teaching related documents such as lesson plans, syllabi, and more for review by a PFF Fellow.
We have currated and developed resources for current and future faculty covering a wide arragy of topics from creating syllibi to classroom activities.
We offer many workshops each semester. See our workshop schedule for our current offerings. Our workshops cover teaching and learning theory, practice, and design. All workshops are open to CGU students, alumni, faculty, and staff, as well as to the 7Cs community.
The Partnership for the Development of Faculty in Service Learning and Community Engagement (PDF) is a joint program between the University of La Verne's Office of Civic and Community Engagement and Claremont Graduate University's (CGU) Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program. The program seeks to create opportunities for doctoral students to develop pedagogical knowledge and skills in creating and leading service learning and community engagement courses with undergraduate students.
The PFF consultation system is available free to all CGU students, alumni, faculty, and staff whether or not you are enrolled in the PFF Certificate program.
You can make 50-minute appointments to meet with a PFF Fellow in-person or via Zoom. Brainstorming and exploring teaching with another educator helps develop a more intentional approach to teaching. And, you will save time by not re-inventing the many wheels that move teaching and learning forward!
You can also use our email review service to get feedback on teaching related documents such as teaching philosophy statement drafts, lesson plans, student learning outcome and assessment alignment documents, syllabi drafts, rubrics.
Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. The appointment system will not allow you to schedule appointments on the day itself. However, if the appointment slot is open, you can do an in-person walk-in appointment at the PFF office.
Appointment Focus Areas
In-Person Consult: Meet with a PFF Fellow in-person individually or in a small group. Discuss any teaching related matter or idea or get feedback on teaching related documents. Brainstorming and exploring teaching with another educator helps develop a more intentional reflexive approach to teaching. And, you will save time by not re-inventing the many wheels that move teaching and learning forward!
Online Consult: Meet with a PFF consultant from a distance using Zoom. You can video chat, text chat, as well as share screens to view and discuss documents. When filling in the appointment booking form, there is an option to select whether you want an online appointment or to meet in person at the PFF office.
Email Document Review: Upload teaching related documents such as teaching philosophy statements, lesson plans, syllabi, etc. for review by a PFF Fellow. Your consultant will use the comment function to give you feedback on your documents with ideas and suggestions to develop them further. Note: Documents for PFF Teaching Certificates should be submitted on Canvas.