Teaching Squares

Teaching Squares are a part of the Teaching Community of Practice and consist of small groups of four or five library instructors across different departments. These Squares meet throughout the academic year to work on a project and share their experiences with teaching. Each Square is matched based on a common interest, such as accessibility, diversity, or assessment. At the end of the academic year, all Squares come together to show off their project and discuss what they learned during their time together.

The George Mason University Libraries' Teaching Square program is inspired by the program developed at Stonehill College. Our program has evolved over the years. Below is documentation for the Teaching Square program from past to present: