This Week for Grad Students: November 26, 2018
Want to rehearse your teaching practices? The CTL offers Microteaching Sessions to give you direct feedback and support. Check our upcoming workshop if you wish to prepare a syllabus from scratch.
The CTL offers Microteaching sessions that can help you rehearse teaching practices and get direct feedback and support, whether or not you are currently teaching. We invite current Columbia graduate students or postdocs to register individually, or with a small group of peers wishing to do a session together. Register for a scheduled session or request a custom session.
Microteaching sessions are gatherings of 3-4 participants and a facilitator. Participants take turns delivering short samples of instruction to each other, and offering each other structured feedback. This feedback focuses on organization, clarity, engagement of learners, and any other specific aspect of teaching that the instructor would like feedback on. These sessions are a good way to rehearse teaching practices and get direct feedback and support, whether or not you are currently teaching.
Syllabus from Scratch
Are you drafting a syllabus for next year? Whether you are drafting a syllabus is for the Teaching Scholars program, the academic job market, or a dream course you want to teach in the future, join us to get started. The workshop will introduce you to key elements of an effective and compelling syllabus, one that highlights learning goals and assessment methods that promote student learning in your course. This workshop is limited to current graduate students and postdocs. Register.
Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Butler Library Room 212