Johns Hopkins Teaching Academy seeks input from faculty and staff

Survey seeks to identify specific teaching needs in order to develop programming to support them

The Johns Hopkins Teaching Academy is reaching out to faculty and staff for input on their teaching development needs so that it can develop programming to support them.

The survey, available here, should take 10 to 12 minutes to fill out and must be submitted by Wednesday, Dec. 20.

The academy supports teaching training programs across JHU for faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. The survey was developed in conjunction with the Hopkins Educator Training Working Group, an advisory committee comprising representatives of all schools and divisions, and was reviewed by the vice deans of education and members of the Hopkins Centers for Teaching and Learning roundtable.

The survey is anonymous and has five required and two voluntary sections. Participants are asked to indicate:

  • Hopkins role and affiliation
  • Evidence-based teaching approaches
  • Primary teaching modalities and class sizes
  • Preferences for teaching training
  • Potential barriers to attending training
  • Voluntary: demographic information
  • Voluntary: self-identification

Questions about the survey can be sent to Caroline Egan, program manager for the Teaching Academy, at

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