Office of Instructional Development
The Office of Instructional Development (OID) is now part of the Teaching Transformation and Development Academy (TTaDA). TTaDA pulls together OID with the Center for Instructional and Learning Technologies (CILT), the Office of Extended Learning (OEL), Learning and Development (L&D), as well as programs in support of assessment and regional accreditation. Our core values are student learning, a shared commitment to lifelong learning, evidence-based practice, empowerment and collaboration.
Over the course of this year, we will be moving information to a shared website. In the meantime, you will find information on OID related events and programs here.
The Office of Instructional Development is dedicated to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning at the University of North Dakota. Through its various activities, programs, and resources OID promotes campus-wide conversations about teaching, fosters innovation in curriculum and instruction, recognizes excellence, and encourages the continuing development of faculty as teachers. For information about specific programs and functions, click on appropriate topics at left.
Click here to request a SGID (Small Group Instructional Diagnosis) for this Spring Semester.
Join us for a session on Evaluating your Teaching (1/18 @ 3:30 in the River Valley Room) register here .
This spring we are offering a series of seminars and workshops on High Impact Practices. Follow the links below to register:
- What are HIPS? Why are They Effective (& How do We Know?) 1/23, 3:30-4:30 pm River Valley Room
Embedding HIPs Strategically 2/15, 3:30-4:30 pm River Valley Room
- Does Having Students Write a Lot Make my Course a HIP? 3/26, 3:00-4:00 pm River Valley Room
Registration info coming soon for the following
- Diversity and Global Learning as a HIP 4/26, 2018 3:30-4:30 PM River Valley Room
HIPs Half Day Workshops