NTLC Programs

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Mentoring Programs

The NTLC offers four different mentoring programs for instructors beginning their teaching adventures to those more seasoned instructors.  

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New Instructors Workshop (NIW)

A week-long workshop helping orient new instructors to the Stout community
New Instructors
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First Years Instructors (FYI)

A year-long program for instructors in their first two years of teaching
First Years (FYI)
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Agile Instructor Mentoring Program (AIM)

Instructors with at least 1 year of experience learn goal-setting and goal-achieving strategies
Agile Instructors
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Mentoring for Online Instructors (MOI)

Connect with peers and mentors for support in teaching online customized instruction courses
Online Instructors

Shared Explorations

The NTLC collaborates with instructors to structure discussions and shared experiences on current topics and teaching interests.  

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Sharing Communities

Share information about topics of interest
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Communities of Practice (CoP)

Explore Teaching and Learning
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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

Scholarship Teaching and Learning

Above and Beyond - OPID

UW-System's Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) offers two signature programs for instructors:

  • Wisconsin Teaching Fellows (WTF)
  • Wisconsin Teaching Scholars (WTS)
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OPID Instructor Programs - Above and Beyond

OPID Programs
WTF&S at UW-Stout