Graduate Student Programming

The Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning through Research offers teaching support for graduate students in their roles as teaching assistants, course instructors, and future faculty. This Spring, we are offering several workshops specifically tailored for graduate students.

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TitleDateTimeAudienceFormatDescription
The Heart of Higher Education: A Call to Renewal4/24/201710:00 AM - 11:30 AMAll Faculty/Post-Docs, Graduate StudentsAcross semesters, this inquiry group has grown into a community focused on inquiry and mutual support through the integration of our readings, our experiences, and our classroom goals.
Developing Rubrics for Effective and Efficient Grading5/12/201711:45 AM - 1:15 PMAll Faculty/Post-Docs, Graduate StudentsWorkshopDesigned for those who have no to little experience with developing a rubric, this workshop will walk participants through the steps of creating and using a rubric so that the grading process will be more learning-centered and efficient.
Advancing Student Learning with ePortfolios6/5/2017All Faculty/Post-Docs, Graduate StudentsWorkshop Intensive OnlineIn this three-week online workshop intensive, which includes live online sessions, you will have an opportunity to plan and receive feedback on your ideas for integrating portfolio work into your students’ learning.
(GRAD) Teachable Moments: Leveraging Biases as Learning Opportunities6/6/20171:30 PM - 4:30 PMGraduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop IntensiveIntensive
This workshop intensive will help graduate students and post-docs leverage these uncomfortable occasions and transform them into teachable moments for both students and themselves.
Fostering Intellectual Agility through Mindfulness in the Classroom6/20/201710:00 AM - 11:30 AMAll Faculty/Post-Docs, Graduate StudentsWorkshopParticipants in this workshop will consider the rapidly-expanding body of research into mindfulness practices relevant to the learning sciences and discuss ways to adapt these practices to fit with our course content and disciplinary ways of thinking and learning.
(GRAD) Writing Your Statement of Teaching Philosophy7/31/2017Graduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop Intensive OnlineDuring this two-week online experience, which will be facilitated asynchronously in Blackboard, participants will discuss the reflective and practical benefits of writing a statement, learn about the genre conventions of teaching statements, read and discuss sample statements, and write and exchange feedback on their statements.
(GRAD) Communicating Your Research in the Classroom – Part 18/1/20171:00 PM - 3:00 PMGraduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop IntensiveThis four-part, hands-on workshop series gives participants the opportunity to develop their skills to present complex research in a classroom context.
(GRAD) Communicating Your Research in the Classroom – Part 28/2/20171:00 PM - 3:00 PMGraduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop IntensiveThis four-part, hands-on workshop series gives participants the opportunity to develop their skills to present complex research in a classroom context.
(GRAD) Communicating Your Research in the Classroom – Part 38/3/20171:00 PM - 3:00 PMGraduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop IntensiveThis four-part, hands-on workshop series gives participants the opportunity to develop their skills to present complex research in a classroom context.
(GRAD) Communicating Your Research in the Classroom – Part 48/8/20171:00 PM - 3:00 PMGraduate Students/Post-DocsWorkshop IntensiveThis four-part, hands-on workshop series gives participants the opportunity to develop their skills to present complex research in a classroom context.