Spring 2013 Resources for Grad Students

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For graduate teaching assistants, the Office of Faculty Development is offering a series of workshops, seminars, and drop-in hours to help us develop and polish our teaching skills, and to address issues and concerns we may have in the classroom. Please visit the Office of Faculty Development’s main site to register for these workshops.

GTA Workshops and Seminars for Spring 2013 from the Office of Faculty Development

Workshops/Seminars: GTA’s 12:30 – 2:00pm Drop-In Teaching & Learning Office Hours at OFD – weekly beginning Jan.17th 2013 (12 weeks)
1/24: Dealing with classroom culture & disruptive students1/31: Getting great at grading

2/7: Active Learning Strategies

2/14: Teaching 101 – tips and tricks

2/21: Teaching academically high achievers

2/28: How to assess they’re learning

3/14: Teaching 101 – tips and tricks

3/21: How to engage students in quality research – teaching research skills

3/28: Teaching 101 – tips and tricks

4/4: Dealing with academic integrity

4/11: What next for your teaching and learning development – Developing a professional identity in teaching

 

Thursday: 3:30 – 5:30pm

Also, the Graduate College is pleased to announce the dates of our Spring 2013 Dissertation and Thesis Formatting Workshops, run by Jennifer Wendling-Holm. Please contact Jennifer to register for one of the events:

Formatting Workshops_Spring_2013

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