Deep Teaching Residency (DTR) Faculty Development Program


What is the Deep Teaching Residency (DTR)?

The Deep Teaching Residency (DTR) is a year-long faculty development program in inclusive pedagogy that aims to meaningfully transform faculty mindsets and practices. ‘Deep Teaching’ is an inclusive pedagogical philosophy that seeks to engage faculty in a critical evaluation of how instructor self-awareness, students’ personal histories, and broad social structures impact the development of an equitable pedagogy . 

Included in the year-long experience is a five-day immersive in-person workshop (contingent on health and safety measures related to COVID 19), where we come together as co-learners to examine, discuss, and apply inclusive teaching theories, models, and practices.

  • Prior to the workshop, participants will engage with and reflect on readings that provide a foundation for our time together.
  • Participants will then gather at the workshop for interactive sessions, large and small group discussions, time to work on the development of a project, and some free time to informally socialize or take time for independent self-care (See ‘Face-to-Face Workshop at a Glance’ below).
  • Following the workshop, participants will engage in a virtual learning community throughout the academic year to maintain connection, conversation, and support while implementing projects at their home institutions.

 

2022 Deep Teaching Residency Details

Immersive Face-to Face workshop: July 27-31, 2022 (contingent upon health and safety measures relating to COVID-19)

  • Where: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD
  • Cost: Lodging and meals included; Travel grant opportunities will be available to applicants following notification of residency acceptance
  • Face-to-Face Workshop at a Glance: 

Face-to-Face Workshop at a Glance

Post-workshop virtual learning community: Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters

  • Monthly meetings to provide ongoing community and to support participants in the design, implementation, and assessment of an inclusive pedagogy project at their home institution

Questions about the application process? Contact Samrawit Kebreab Tekie,

Questions about the Deep Teaching Residency Program? Contact Bryan Dewsbury.

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