Event Types: Foundations in Teaching

Providing Verbal Feedback to Students (Danforth Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

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 to Students (Medical Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

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 in the lab. How do you provide effective feedback in these contexts? In this workshop, participants will learn to […]

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Designing and Delivering a Lecture (Medical Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

It’s your first time delivering a lecture in a course, where do you begin? You’ve been asked to deliver a guest lecture as part of you Mentored Teaching Experience, what now? Students who attend this workshop will learn strategies for designing and delivering effective and engaging lectures. This workshop will discuss the process of organizing […]

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Designing and Delivering a Lecture (Danforth Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

It’s your first time delivering a lecture in a course, where do you begin? You’ve been asked to deliver a guest lecture as part of you Mentored Teaching Experience, what now? Students who attend this workshop will learn strategies for designing and delivering effective and engaging lectures. This workshop will discuss the process of organizing […]

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Pedagogy 101 (Medical Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Registration for this workshop has been closed because the workshop is at capacity.  The first step to becoming involved in a new area of study is to understand the basics and learn the terminology. Through this workshop participants will learn both definitions of core concepts in pedagogical discourse and strategies to begin incorporating use of […]

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Pedagogy 101 (Danforth Campus)

December 12, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Registration for this event is now closed because the workshop is at capacity.  The first step to becoming involved in a new area of study is to understand the basics and learn the terminology. Through this workshop participants will learn both definitions of core concepts in pedagogical discourse and strategies to begin incorporating use of […]

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Teaching in Office Hours and Review Sessions

August 14, 2017 | Bryn Lutes

Participants in this workshop will learn how to anticipate and address the unique challenges that can arise when teaching in review sessions and office hours presents unique challenges. Topics include designing an effective structure for review sessions and office hours, helping students learn to think and to work independently, and responding appropriately to the variety […]

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Teaching in Office Hours and Review Sessions

August 14, 2017 | Bryn Lutes

Participants in this workshop will learn how to anticipate and address the unique challenges that can arise when teaching in review sessions and office hours presents unique challenges. Topics include designing an effective structure for review sessions and office hours, helping students learn to think and to work independently, and responding appropriately to the variety […]

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Introduction to Blackboard

August 14, 2017 | Bryn Lutes

In this training session for graduate-student assistants to course instructors, participants will learn how to use Blackboard through the process of uploading and organizing the content for their Fall 2017 courses.  This workshop will also be useful for leaders of Blackboard Organizations. During this live-demonstration workshop, participants will see and have the opportunity to practice: […]

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Teaching a Laboratory Class (Medical Campus)

August 10, 2017 | Bryn Lutes

Laboratory classes provide students with first-hand experience with course concepts and with the opportunity to explore methods used by scientists in their discipline, presenting challenges and opportunities that differ from those in a standard classroom environment. This workshop is designed to help assistants to instructors plan for and successfully teach in the laboratory setting. This […]

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