is the name adapted by the Office of the Director of Instruction
under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
as an overall title for the different training activities
ODI offers and/or manages for UP Diliman. Through the University
Teaching (UT), concerns of faculty as well as trends, issues
and practices observed in university teaching are tackled.
is for all faculty new and seasoned, as well as teaching
assistants and lecturers who wish to update, upgrade and
enhance their teaching competencies. This is U.P. Diliman's
answer to the challenge of the millennium - a nurturing
body of professionals aware of the university's tradition
of excellence and professionals bent on facing the challenges
of the future.
does it work and how to participate in UT?
year, the ODI issues a brochure where the schedule of the
seminars and/or workshops are listed. Anyone interested
in any of the seminars can enlist through their college
dean or chair or the college committee on Instruction. Because
of the large number of faculty wanting to get into the seminars
and/or workshops, coupled with our desire to make the sessions
worthwhile, only the required number of participants set
for each session will be accepted. Those who miss the cut-off
point, will be on the waiting list and will be advised in
case somebody drops from the roll, otherwise they will have
to wait for the next offering of the same workshop.
Conducted by ODI
The schedule of seminars for the academic year 2012 - 2013 can be found
is a half -day workshop on how to deliver effective lectures
and facilitate classroom discussion. The workshop will also
explore the use of technology to enhance classroom discussion.
is a half-day session on how to hone your presentation skills
and take control of presentation anxieties.
USE OF OHP AND POWERPOINT
is a half-day activity designed to identify effective ways
of using technology in teaching specifically the OHP and
AND CRITICAL THINKING
session focused on developing creative and critical thinking.
is a half-day activity designed to focus on the principles
and practices of curriculum development. The output is a
revised syllabus appropriate for the various types of learning
is a half-day workshop on how to construct test items.
ADMINISTRATION AND GRADING SYSTEM
is a half-day session that will focus on the principles
and practices of proper test administration and how to transform
scores to grades.
experiential course leading to the design, development,
try-out and revision of teaching plans. The activities are
highly structured and cumulatively sequenced to achieve
the intended learning outcomes, e.g. design of an effective
teaching plan. An eye-opener for amateurs and a validation
of good practices for the seasoned faculty.
IN UNIVERSITY TEACHING
is a half-day session that introduces the best practices
of UP Diliman Faculty as developed and refined by UP Gawad