Warrior teaching week

Warrior Teaching Week (WTW) is a campuswide opportunity for you as a Wayne State University (WSU) instructor to visit a colleague's course, attend a workshop, and engage in informal conversations about teaching. The week is meant to spark conversations about teaching, give WSU instructors the rare opportunity to sit in on each others' classes, and explore interesting topics and teaching styles that may be within or outside of your own academic department.   

How can you participate?

Classroom observationsVisit a colleague's classroom

WTW offers the opportunity to observe teaching in traditional, hybrid, and learning online environments in a wide range of departments and class sizes. Visit the following links to view and register for available sessions. Seating is limited so register early! 





Attend a Workshop

Attend a workshop

The OTL offers various workshops during WTW. 






Mingle at the WTD Reception

Mingle at the WTW Reception

This open house style event allows hosts and observers to come together and discuss teaching at WSU. Come when you can, you don't need to stay the whole time.





"It was exciting to have people come to class and see what I was doing.  It helped me to reflect on my teaching and was useful for sharing ideas with other instructors on campus." - WSU Associate Professor & Classroom Host

"Seeing the innovative ways my colleagues lead their courses and interact with students was a highlight of attending a class" - WSU Lecturer & Visiting Colleague


For more information about Warrior Teaching Days, please email us otl@wayne.edu or call (313) 577-0001.