Interdisciplinary Team Teaching: A Conversation

Faculty Development Center

107C Applied Science Bldg


Interested in team-teaching and collaborating with your colleagues in different disciplines? Not sure how to start?  

Join your colleagues in this informal conversation about interdisciplinary team teaching. Dr. Danielle Nielsen, Dr. Diane Nititham, and Dr. Marc Polizzi will share their findings from their College of Humanities and Fine Arts Teaching Circle. They will discuss the research on team teaching and issues encountered with curriculum and course design. They will also share their own experiences of developing course components for a potential team-taught course 

In this session, participants will:

  • review benefits and challenges to interdisciplinary team-teaching

  • discuss components of course design including learning outcomes, student

  • activities, and rubrics 

Suggested Materials to Bring: 
If you have team-taught and have materials to share, please bring them along. Otherwise, just yourself!

Another Session will be Friday, April 13, 1:30-2:20

Register Here: 

Thursday, 12 April, 2018


Faculty Development Center

Phone: 5000