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Event Participants: Graduate Student Workshop

  • Van Pelt Library
    CTL Seminar Room 134
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Leading Effective Office Hours

Facilitator: Jessica Weakly, CTL Graduate Fellow, Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics

Office hours may have helped you through the toughest parts of your courses as an undergraduate. Now, as a TA, students may view your guidance in office hours as essential ...

  • GSE Building (Graduate School of Education)
    120
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The Cancel Wars and your classroom: Managing student community and conversation in a politically polarized climate

Facilitator: Professor Sigal Ben-Porath, Education

Join political and education philosopher Dr. Sigal Ben-Porath for an interactive workshop on teaching in a time of political partisanship, “cancel culture,” and conflicting interpretations of free speech. Drawing from ...

  • Van Pelt Library
    CTL Seminar Room 134
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Teaching Outside Your Area of Expertise

Facilitator: Bryce Heatherly, CTL Graduate Fellow, East Asian Languages & Civilizations

Teaching outside one’s area of expertise can sometimes feel daunting and uncomfortable. If strong teaching stems from expertise, how should we facilitate learning in situations where we lack familiarity with ...

  • Van Pelt Library
    CTL Seminar Room 134
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Effective Lecturing

Facilitator: Stacey Bevan, CTL Graduate Fellow, Nursing

If you’re asked to guest lecture, fill in for a professor or plan a recitation review – it can be hard to know where to start! An engaging and well-designed ...

  • Van Pelt Library
    CTL Seminar Room 134
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Working with Struggling Students

Facilitator: Tessa Huttenlocher, CTL Graduate Fellow, Sociology

The pandemic has heightened our awareness of the fact that our students may be facing many challenges, ranging from the routine to the truly unprecedented. What role do graduate student instructors play ...

  • Van Pelt Library
    CTL Seminar Room 134
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Teaching Non-Majors

Facilitator: Paul He, CTL Graduate Fellow, Computer & Information Science

For many classes, the primary audience is not students who major in your field, but students who are studying other subjects. Non-majors often have different motivations and different backgrounds than majors ...

  • GSE Building (Graduate School of Education)
    322
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Techniques and Tools for Facilitating Better Classroom Discussion

Facilitator: Professor Sarah Schneider Kavanagh, Education

As educators and students, we know all too well that classroom discussions can range significantly in quality, participation, and advancement of learning outcomes. Luckily there are steps you can take before, ...

  • Fagin Hall
    203
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Mentoring Graduate Students

Facilitator: Professor Nancy Hodgson, Nursing

Mentorship is an important part of graduate student learning and wellness. In this workshop, we will discuss philosophies on mentorship, collaborative mentorship within a dissertation committee and considerations for designing ...