Event Types: Foundations in Teaching

Providing Verbal Feedback (Medical Campus Morning)

December 12, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

As an AI, often students feel comfortable coming to you to talk about their coursework. They may ask you about an assignment, a grade they’ve received, or for feedback on their work in your class or the lab. How do you provide effective feedback in these contexts? In this workshop, participants will learn to navigate […]

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Providing Verbal Feedback (Danforth Campus)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

As an AI, often students feel comfortable coming to you to talk about their coursework. They may ask you about an assignment, a grade they’ve received, or for feedback on their work in your class or the lab. How do you provide effective feedback in these contexts? In this workshop, participants will learn to navigate […]

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Providing Verbal Feedback (Medical Campus Afternoon)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

As an AI, often students feel comfortable coming to you to talk about their coursework. They may ask you about an assignment, a grade they’ve received, or for feedback on their work in your class or the lab. How do you provide effective feedback in these contexts? In this workshop, participants will learn to navigate […]

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Providing Verbal Feedback (Medical Campus Morning)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

As an AI, often students feel comfortable coming to you to talk about their coursework. They may ask you about an assignment, a grade they’ve received, or for feedback on their work in your class or the lab. How do you provide effective feedback in these contexts? In this workshop, participants will learn to navigate […]

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Teaching to a Diverse Student Population (Medical Campus Afternoon)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds.  These unique characteristics and identities are fundamental to creating a rich educational experience.  But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class?  Participants in this workshop will brainstorm the different identities and […]

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Teaching to a Diverse Student Population (Medical Campus Morning)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds.  These unique characteristics and identities are fundamental to creating a rich educational experience.  But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class?  Participants in this workshop will brainstorm the different identities and […]

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Teaching to a Diverse Student Population (Danforth Campus)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds.  These unique characteristics and identities are fundamental to creating a rich educational experience.  But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class?  Participants in this workshop will brainstorm the different identities and […]

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Teaching in an American Classroom (Medical Campus Afternoon)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Graduate students from foreign countries come to US universities and colleges skilled and knowledgeable in their respective disciplinary expertise.  However, the lack of familiarity with American classroom expectations, customs and norms can create difficulties and challenges in teaching.  This workshop is intended to help narrow the culture and communication gap that graduate students experience when teaching […]

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Teaching in an American Classroom (Medical Campus Morning)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Graduate students from foreign countries come to US universities and colleges skilled and knowledgeable in their respective disciplinary expertise.  However, the lack of familiarity with American classroom expectations, customs and norms can create difficulties and challenges in teaching.  This workshop is intended to help narrow the culture and communication gap that graduate students experience when teaching […]

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Teaching in an American Classroom (Danforth Campus)

December 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Graduate students from foreign countries come to US universities and colleges skilled and knowledgeable in their respective disciplinary expertise.  However, the lack of familiarity with American classroom expectations, customs and norms can create difficulties and challenges in teaching.  This workshop is intended to help narrow the culture and communication gap that graduate students experience when teaching […]

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