November

Preparing Your Teaching Demo for a Job Interview
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin
Tuesday, 11/7/2017, Noon - 1:15 p.m.
315 Rider Building, University Park

Moji Shahvali (portrait)Wideline Seraphin (portrait)You’ve got one chance to showcase your teaching talents but don’t know where to begin. Feeling nervous about your teaching demo and wondering how you should go about preparing to "teach" your prospective colleagues or students? This workshop, Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin, will provide practical guidelines about preparing a stellar teaching demonstration.

This workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors. 

First Steps in Planning a Whole Course
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin
Wednesday, 11/8/2017, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m.
7A Sparks Building, University Park

Wideline Seraphin (portrait)Moji Shahvali (portrait)So you’ve been asked to lead a course—now what? This interactive workshop, Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin, will focus on strategies for determining course goals, timelines, and syllabus content.

This workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors. 

Instructional Foundations Series Reflection
Facilitated by Larkin Hood and Deena Levy
Monday, 11/13/2017, 11:00 a.m. - Noon
315 Rider Building, University Park

Larkin Hood (portrait)Deena Levy (portrait)Required event for participants in the Instructional Foundations Series. Participants will reflect on beliefs and practices about teaching and learning in light of participation in other workshops, personal teaching experiences, and classroom observations. 

 


Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin
Tuesday, 11/14/2017, Noon - 1:15 p.m.
315 Rider Building, University Park

Moji Shahvali (portrait)Wideline Seraphin (portrait)A teaching philosophy statement is required by many search committees as part of the faculty hiring process. In this hands-on workshop, facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin, participants will identify their central beliefs about teaching and will consider kinds of evidence they can use to show those beliefs in action. 

This workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors. 

Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement
Facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin
Wednesday, 11/15/2017, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m.
7A Sparks Building, University Park

Wideline Seraphin (portrait)Moji Shahvali (portrait) A teaching philosophy statement is required by many search committees as part of the faculty hiring process. In this hands-on workshop, facilitated by Chas Brua, Michael Murphy, Moji Shahvali and Wideline Seraphin, participants will identify their central beliefs about teaching and will consider kinds of evidence they can use to show those beliefs in action. 

This workshop satisfies a requirement for the Instructional Foundations Series for new instructors.