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Teacher of Record Training

In 2010, Baylor implemented a policy that all Teachers of Record (graduate students and faculty) receive training appropriate to their role in the university. This training is primarily focused upon the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and related concerns.

The Graduate School, in partnership with the office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, offers an online training session each semester that all new Teachers of Record (TORs) are required to complete.

Notifications for TORT are sent to new TORs and to participants in the Teaching Capstone in Higher Education program with instructions from the Graduate School. You can also learn about how to register by contacting Alanna Martinez.


For TeaCHE Participants

At the end of your capstone program, you will provide the date of your training on the program completion checklist so that attendance records can be consulted.

The Category 2 requirement may be fulfilled prior to entering the capstone program, usually by a participant entering the capstone program after already becoming a TOR. These participants will have completed this training as a part of their TOR requirements.