This Week for Graduate Students: Syllabus from Scratch workshop tomorrow!
Syllabus from Scratch
Are you drafting a syllabus? Whether the syllabus is for the Teaching Scholars program, the academic job market, or a dream course in the future, join us to begin designing an effective, student-centered syllabus from scratch. During this Syllabus from Scratch workshop, participants will learn about the elements of an effective syllabus, define course learning goals, and discuss assessments that can promote student learning, engagement, and inclusion in their course.
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2023
Location: 203 Butler Library
This workshop counts as a Pedagogy Workshop for participants enrolled in the Teaching Development Program.
Upcoming LTF-led Event
The English & Comparative Literature Pedagogy Colloquium, the History Department, and CTL Lead Teaching Fellows in English and History are pleased to invite all graduate students to an End-of-Term Grading Session Thursday, December 14th, 4:15pm in 411 Fayerweather Hall.
Get pizza, snacks, drinks, and company as you grade those final papers! This event is organized by Claire Dwyer (Lead Teaching Fellow in History), Margaret Banks, and Alina Shubina (Lead Teaching Fellows in English & Comparative Literature).