Introductory Level; Provides preparation for Mentored Teaching Experience and foundation in effective teaching strategies
It is important for every instructor to have a clear knowledge of pedagogical fundamentals in order to create engaging and constructive learning environments that serve students of various backgrounds and disciplines. Continuing on from Pedagogy 101, this workshop will provide participants an opportunity to develop an understanding of how to assess one’s own teaching, create clear learning objectives, and present subject matter in a relevant and compelling way. Participants will learn about Bloom’s Taxonomy, assessment, metacognition, and student motivation.
This workshop will be offered once on the Danforth Campus and twice on the Medical Campus. Each instance is listed as a separate event in the calendar and graduate students should only register for one workshop.
Facilitator: Dr. Denise Leonard, Associate Director for Graduate Student and Postdoc Programs
Registration will open two weeks prior to the workshop. For questions, please contact Dr. Denise Leonard.