Teaching and learning at Georgia Tech are deeply embedded in our mission to prepare innovative and knowledgeable future leaders who make a difference in the world. Georgia Tech students are smart, creative, technically minded, and engaged and so should our teaching be to bring out the best in each student.
This 15th edition of the Teaching at Georgia Tech teaching guidebook provides all instructors information necessary for successful teaching – from who our students are to policies and procedures governing courses to useful resources such as syllabus guidelines and a detailed overview of the Course Instructor Opinion Survey (CIOS) students complete at the end of each semester. Offices from all over the Institute contribute to the guidebook, making sure these important resources are always at your fingertips.
To view the complete guidebook, click here to visit the interactive edition.
Center for Teaching and Learning faculty are always available to discuss teaching and learning topics with faculty, instructors, and TAs. Please complete this consultation request form, and we’ll reach out to set up a conversation. Also, visit the CTL website for up-to-date information on events and workshops, teaching faculty development opportunities, and valuable resources on designing and leading course at Tech. You’ll also find quick tips and campus voices on this blog, Teaching and Learning @ Georgia Tech and on our podcast, Teaching & Learning Buzz.