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Register for the Faculty Book Discussion Group: “Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning”

by | Oct 3, 2017

Too busy to make large-scale changes to your course design and teaching practices? Looking for strategies that require minimal preparation and grading? Eager to implement small changes in order to maximize student learning?

Join a faculty discussion group this fall to discuss the book “Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning” by James Lang. Lang has combed the research and distilled evidence-based practices that can be implemented in any teaching context and courses of any discipline. Discover small teaching that leads to a big impact on student learning.

The deadlines to apply are fast approaching. Register via the links below! 

Morningside Campus Group

This book discussion group will meet on three Mondays (October 16, 23, and 30), and we will speak virtually with the author during one session. Participants are expected to commit to all sessions and will receive the book and lunch. Please register online via the link above for this book discussion no later than October 6. 

This group will be facilitated by Suzanna Klaf, Associate Director of Faculty Programs and Services, Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Medical Center Group

This book discussion group will meet on three days (Wednesday, Nov. 8th, Monday, Nov. 20th, and Wednesday, Dec. 6th), and we will speak virtually with the author during one session. Participants are expected to commit to all sessions and will receive the book and lunch. Please register online via the link above for this book discussion no later than October 25.

This group will be facilitated by Catherine Ross, Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning.

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