Teach2Learn 4: Practical Proposals for Effective Practice: Teaching and TAing in Chemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry Building, Byker Auditorium
The graduate students in the Department of Education's Adult and Higher Education College Teaching Certificate program invite you to participate in a series of five disciplinary-based workshops designed to enhance teaching within the disciplines. The workshops are open to all graduate students and faculty, with a special emphasis for those graduate students and faculty within the targeted discipline. You may attend one or all of the workshops.
This fourth workshop will focus on deconstructing the common problems and scenarios that Chemistry and Biochemistry professors and TAs often face in their classes and labs. Using these common situations, we will look into strategies for creating a practical feedback loop between yourself and your students that will enable you to mitigate problems, understand what your students are thinking and learning, and improve your ability to adjust your teaching goals and strategies to best suit your course or lab.
Conveners: Michelle Tigges, Kathryn Williamson, and Kayte Kaminski
Target Discipline: Chemistry & Biochemistry Department
RSVP preferred by November 12, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost of this event is: free
College of Education, Health and Human Development