Join other graduate students and postdocs to discuss timely topics in teaching and learning.
Our highly interactive workshops integrate the latest research and theory on student learning with best teaching practices. Led by Searle Center staff and Graduate Teaching Fellows, these sessions help graduate TAs and instructors address key issues within and across their disciplines.
Workshop for 2015-2016:
Visual Aids: Using Video Technology to Enhance Learning and Teaching in the Humanities
Beyond the MOOC: Introduction to Online Teaching
The Role of Power Dynamics to Foster Inclusive Classroom Climate
Active Learning Strategies to Engage STEM Students During Lecture
- The Art of Learner-Centered Planning
- Building Community in the STEM Classroom
- Classroom Assessment Techniques: Keys to Unlock Student Learning Potential in STEM
- Community and Civic Engagement in Your Courses: Why and How?
See Eventbrite for upcoming programs and registration information. Although free, registration is required and space is limited.