Chavella T. Pittman, PhD is an Associate
Professor of Sociology at Dominican University. Her research interests and
expertise include higher education, interpersonal interactions &
marginalized statuses, and research methods & statistics. Some of her
teaching publications include "Race and Gender Oppression in the Classroom: The
Experiences of Women Faculty of Color with White Male Students” (Teaching
and "Exploring How African American Faculty Cope with Classroom Racial
Stressors” (The Journal of Negro Education 2010).
Dr. Pittman provides support and
accountability coaching to those who want to teach well, but much more
efficiently. Additionally, she offers consultation services to academics who
feel their classroom dynamics and evaluations are impacted by marginalized
statuses (e.g. race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.). Chavella is
also available to give on-campus lectures and workshops on these same topics.
The Teaching Effectiveness Coach:
Do you need guidance or ongoing support at reducing teaching anxiety?
Are you trying to figure out how to respond to recent reviews of your teaching?
Wondering how to address race, gender, sexual orientation dynamics and incivility in the classroom?
Do you prefer to get confidential teaching support away from your institution?
Are you looking for a liked minded community to keep you accountable to great teaching with minimal effort?
To address these issues and more, I provide consulting and coaching services to academics. In particular, I provide support and accountability to those who want to teach efficiently and well. I specialize in providing services to academics who feel their classroom dynamics and evaluations are impacted by marginalized identities (e.g. race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.)
Feel free to email ChavellaPittman@Gmail.com or visit her website to learn more about the following services:
· One-on-one coaching
· Group coaching (14 week teaching support and accountability)
· Teaching effectiveness documentation plans
· Teaching in No Time (4 week tele-course)
· On campus talks and workshops