Title of Presentation

Teaching Fellows Mini-Reunion: Join Us and Share Your Insights

About the Presenter(s)

Susan Brown, director of faculty development and communication coordinator, Learning Teaching Center Rachel Normile, Coordinator, Office of Faculty and Leadership Development, Learning Teaching Center Julie Simon, lecturer, Department of Mathematics Saverio Perugini, associate professor, Department of Computer Science Sam Wallace, professor, Department of Communication David Wright, director of academic technology and curriculum innovation, UDit; associate professor, Department of Biology

Location

Teaching Fellows Gathering

Start Date

7-1-2020 2:40 PM

Abstract/Description

Kennedy Union 331

Teaching Fellows launched in 1986-87 and has seen 443 go through – not including this year’s 17 Fellows. This session is an opportunity for previous Teaching Fellows to come together and share significant insights into their teaching practices. Those who haven’t been in TF are welcome, also.

Goals for Attendees

1. Connect with other former Teaching Fellows 2. Share how your teaching practices have evolved 3. Learn about current Teaching Fellows program format Connecting and reflecting about one's teaching are related to one's professional development and one's general well-being

Comments

Frequently we hear from past Teaching Fellows that they want to have a reunion, but coordinating schedules for such an event is problematic. We believe creating a space at a well-attended campus event whose focus is learning and teaching is an ideal venue to come together and reflect on how our teaching practices have developed.

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Jan 7th, 2:40 PM

Teaching Fellows Mini-Reunion: Join Us and Share Your Insights

Teaching Fellows Gathering

Kennedy Union 331

Teaching Fellows launched in 1986-87 and has seen 443 go through – not including this year’s 17 Fellows. This session is an opportunity for previous Teaching Fellows to come together and share significant insights into their teaching practices. Those who haven’t been in TF are welcome, also.