This program is designed to address the pedagogical and logistical challenges specific to teaching classes with large enrollments. The cornerstone of the program is a three-day workshop to be held August 7-9, 2013, followed up with two to three luncheon events during the coming year. Participants will apply some of the strategies they learn in their design and implementation of a course in AY 13-14.
In this program, participants will:
Program participants will receive the following:
About the Workshop
This 3-day workshop will include presentations and discussions on best teaching and course design practices as well as small group and individual consultations with peer faculty and workshop facilitators to give advice and feedback on course design. There will be dedicated work time when faculty can actively revise and draft syllabi, assignments, and course projects.
|When:||August 7th, 8th, and 9th, 2013
Applications are due Friday, May 31, 2013, 4:30 pm.
|Where:||The Center for Teaching and Learning, 303 Bailey/Howe Library|
|Who:||This program is open to tenure track faculty and instructors scheduled to teach a large enrollment course in AY 13-14. GTAs who are the primary instructors for a large enrollment course may be accommodated as space permits. (Depending on departmental policy, graduate students may not be eligible for the grant.)|
How to Apply