About Open Classroom Week
Open Classroom Week is an initiative of the University of Calgary Teaching Academy, supported by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. It is offered once every year in the winter term. The event gives instructors the opportunity to observe classroom practices across faculties and disciplines, and to engage in conversations about teaching with their colleagues. Each term, a handful of instructors open their classroom doors to allow their colleagues to observe their approaches to different classroom settings, teaching practices, technology applications and learning experiences. The week wraps up with a themed conversation that serves as a debrief for both instructors and observers.
Open Classroom Week Fall 2017
Dates: Oct 10 - 20, 2017
A comprehensive Open Classroom Week schedule is available here
The complete list of classes open for observation with links to regisration is available here
See 2017 Open Classroom Week Threads and Classes
Register for Open Classroom Week Fall 2017
Educational Development Consultant, Taylor Insitute for Teaching and Learning
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Miltenberg, J. (2015). Instructors invited to observe their colleagues teach. UToday, University of Calgary.
Miltenberg, J. (2015) University instructors open their classrooms to observers. UToday, University of Calgary.