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Fundamentals of Teaching Physics

Friday, Aug 23, 12 pm

This is a workshop to support TFs in their teaching of Physics.

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Fundamentals of Teaching Physics

Friday, Aug 24, 12 pm

This workshop prepares TFs for teaching in Physics.

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Teaching Online: Drop-in office hours

Thursday, Apr 2, 1 pm

Please join us for open office hours as we share ideas about how to teach effectively online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and using tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for synchronous learning and Canvas for asynchronous learning. We will also make time for report-backs about how your teaching...

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ATW: Quiet Teaching

Tuesday, Apr 14, 5:30 pm

Due to ongoing restrictions, this workshop will be held on Zoom (link to follow by email).

"How can I reconcile my introverted personality with a love of teaching?” “How can I structure my discussion section to engage with the more introverted students?” If you are interested in exploring these questions, join us for Quiet Teaching. In this workshop, we will define the introversion-extroversion spectrum, discuss how personality type influences the way we are perceived by others,...

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Teaching Online: Drop-in office hours

Wednesday, Mar 25, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/982870515

Please join us for open office hours as we talk about how to teach online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and suggesting tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for...

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Teaching Online: Drop-in office hours

Friday, Mar 27, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/387171453

Please join us for open office hours as we share ideas about how to teach effectively online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and using tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom...

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Teaching Online: Drop-in office hours

Thursday, Mar 26, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/332312650

Please join us for open office hours as we share ideas about how to teach effectively online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and using tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom...

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Teaching Online: Drop-in office hours

Tuesday, Mar 24, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/720360927

Please join us for open office hours as we talk about how to teach online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and suggesting tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for...

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Teaching online: Drop-in office hours

Monday, Mar 23, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/244475935

Please join us for open office hours as we talk about how to teach online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and suggesting tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for...

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Learning Community: Teaching Online

Friday, Mar 20, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/244475935. 

Please join us for open office hours as we talk about how to teach online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and suggesting tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for...

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Learning Community: Teaching Online

Thursday, Mar 19, 1 pm

Join this discussion from your Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Phone by clicking this URL: https://yale.zoom.us/j/382708882

Please join us for open office hours as we talk about how to teach online.  The Graduate Teaching staff at the Poorvu Center will be ready to talk about strategies for transitioning your materials online, engaging your students in synchronous and asynchronous contexts, and suggesting tools to help you teach effectively.  We will cover how to use Zoom for...

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ATW: Promoting Peer Learning through Technology

Monday, Mar 30, 3 pm
Zoom (link to follow)

Please note that this workshop will be held online through Zoom. A link will be sent closer to time. 

Modern technological tools allow instructors to boost student engagement in the classroom in a variety of ways. While technology can help increase student engagement with course material or instructor, technology can also be leveraged to promote peer-to-peer dialogue and foster a classroom environment in which students work together to construct knowledge. This ATW will focus on...

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Open House: Graduate and Postdoctoral Teaching

Thursday, Feb 27, 3 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

Are you interested in becoming a McDougal Teaching Fellow? Do you have questions about the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation? Stop by for coffee, doughnuts, and information about these programs! Poorvu staff and McDougal Fellows will be on hand to answer questions during this drop-in session. Light refreshments will be served.

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ATW: Preparing and Delivering an Effective Lecture

Monday, Mar 2, 3 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

How does the lecture fit into the current landscape of teaching strategies?  How does it relate to active learning as a central tenet of effective teaching? Lecturing is still a widely practiced method of teaching, but has undergone a revolution. The best aspects of lecturing—its ability to clarify concepts, create vivid narrative explanations, and model extended critical thinking—remain, but are mixed with practices that encourage students to reflect on their learning and truly acquire...

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ATW: Course Design

Tuesday, Apr 7, 3 pm
Zoom (link to follow)

Due to ongoing restrictions, this workshop will be held on Zoom (link to follow). Are you in the process of designing your own course or know that one day you will get the chance to do so?  Join us for a workshop on course design. Learn how to use design thinking to create a course that will be memorable to students and will express your teaching values.  Using learning objectives that you set, you will decide on appropriate assessments and strategically select course content. This...

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Since the RSVP limit has been reached would it be possible for the recording of the workshop to be made public?

ATW: Enriching the Classroom through Multiple Media

Tuesday, Apr 21, 5 pm
Zoom (link to follow)

Due to ongoing restrictions, this workshop will be held on Zoom (Link to follow). Are you wondering how you can incorporate videos, podcasts, images, and soundclips in your teaching to achieve your learning objectives and engage students? In this workshop, we will discuss how to most effectively incorporate different forms of media into the classroom in a wide range of settings (from assignments, to lecture, to section). Participants will gain an understanding of how incorporating these...

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ATW: Leading Effective Discussions

Tuesday, Feb 25, 5:30 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120C: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

Do you want to get your students to talk more in class? And to talk more thoughtfully and productively with each other? In this workshop, we will identify the components of an effective class discussion, both within our disciplines and more generally. We will introduce strategies for encouraging these kinds of discussions in our classrooms, including classroom climate, course structure, preparatory assignments, and student-instructor dynamics, and will talk through some of the challenges...

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ATW: Course Design

Monday, Feb 17, 3:30 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York St., New Haven, CT 06511

Is a syllabus merely a collection of texts appended to a warning not to plagiarize? Do we expect our courses to cover just the facts, or to move our students towards an understanding that exceeds the boundaries of the class? If you are in the process of designing your own course or suspect that one day you will have to, or if you wish you could teach your current course differently, attend the Course Design Advanced Teaching Workshop to lay out your concerns, share your ideas, and get some...

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ATW: Teaching as an International Instructor

Wednesday, Mar 4, 5 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

Are you new to teaching in American academia? Do you wonder how cultural and institutional differences might affect your classroom? By the end of this workshop, you will learn how to address potential difficulties and identify concrete strategies and resource to alleviate current anxieties of going into the American classroom. For more information, please contact young.yi@yale.edu and ievgeniia.sakal@yale.edu.

This ATW fills the inclusivity requirement toward the CCTP. 

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Fundamentals of Teaching across the Disciplines

Tuesday, Feb 11, 5 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

This is the fourth of a four-part series.  Register here. Are you looking to learn core pedagogical practices that you can apply in your classroom? Hoping to grow as a teacher? The Fundamentals of Teaching workshop series will help you to learn central teaching practices and ways to improve your own teaching. Over a series of four meetings, participants will engage with contemporary theories of learning, discuss how to make inclusive and accessible learning environments, take away...

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Fundamentals of Teaching across the Disciplines

Tuesday, Feb 4, 5 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

This is the third of a four-part series.  Register here. Are you looking to learn core pedagogical practices that you can apply in your classroom? Hoping to grow as a teacher? The Fundamentals of Teaching workshop series will help you to learn central teaching practices and ways to improve your own teaching. Over a series of four meetings, participants will engage with contemporary theories of learning, discuss how to make inclusive and accessible learning environments, take away practical...

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Fundamentals of Teaching across the Disciplines

Tuesday, Jan 28, 5 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

This is the second of a four-part series.  Register here. Are you looking to learn core pedagogical practices that you can apply in your classroom? Hoping to grow as a teacher? The Fundamentals of Teaching workshop series will help you to learn central teaching practices and ways to improve your own teaching. Over a series of four meetings, participants will engage with contemporary theories of learning, discuss how to make inclusive and accessible learning environments, take away...

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Fundamentals of Teaching across the Disciplines

Tuesday, Jan 21, 5 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

This is the first of a four-part series. Are you looking to learn core pedagogical practices that you can apply in your classroom? Hoping to grow as a teacher? The Fundamentals of Teaching workshop series will help you to learn central teaching practices and ways to improve your teaching. Over a series of four meetings, participants will engage with contemporary theories of learning, discuss how to make inclusive and accessible learning environments, take away practical tips for grading...

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ATW: Writing Across the Disciplines

Tuesday, Feb 18, 6:30 pm
Poorvu Center Room 120A: 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

Whether in the hard sciences, the humanities, or social sciences, writing is the primary way that scholars create new knowledge and communicate their ideas. In this workshop, we will offer our participants strategies for incorporating regular writing practice into their lesson plans, making assessment an opportunity for growth, and helping students understand the standards and norms of writing within their discipline. We will also discuss the challenges inherent in communicating...

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