Tuesday, September 13, 3:00 to 4:45 pm
This orientation is for graduate student instructors who are teaching or TAing a class in fall term 2016 and would like to participate in peer teaching observation and feedback.
Surviving Your Dissertation: Writing Groups and Other Survival Tools
Monday, September 26, 12:00 to 1:00 pm
This workshop will present useful strategies for structuring your writing life, including thinking about the role that writing groups can play in completing a major project in a timely, and even enjoyable, manner.
Improve Your Course with Mid-Semester Feedback
Thursday, September 29, 12:00 to 1:00
Students can help you improve your teaching. In this workshop, we will consider several different ways of gathering actionable feedback from students at mid-semester using surveys, Small Group Instructional Feedback and focus groups. Graduate students who’d like to attend this event should have teaching responsibilities this term. Hosted by CIT.
Take Your Teaching Skills Anywhere: identifying Transferable Skills from your teaching experiences
Monday, October 3, 12:00 to 1:30 pm
This interactive workshop will help you identify the transferable skills you’ve cultivated through your teaching and mentoring experiences and market them effectively in your application materials.
Lunch with Certificate in College Teaching Faculty
Friday, October 21, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
At this lunchtime event, meet a panel of CCT instructors to learn about the range of courses offered in the program and get insight into each CCT class being offered in Spring 2017.
Tuesday, January 31, 3:00 to 5:00 pm, French Family Science Center 2231
Dr Hugh Crumley, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
This orientation is for graduate student instructors who are teaching or TAing a class in spring term 2017 and would like to participate in peer teaching observation and feedback.
Training Versatile Humanists: Portfolios as a Candidacy Requirement for the PhD
Tuesday, Feb 7, 12:00 - 1:30, Rubenstein Library 249 (Carpenter Conference Room)
Dr Maria Wisdom, Moderator
Join a graduate faculty panel for a lively lunchtime conversation about the advantages and potential challenges of incorporating portfolios into doctoral candidacy requirements.
Assessment, Evaluation and Student Portfolios on the Job Market
Monday, March 20, 12:00 - 1:30, Rubenstein 153 (Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room)
Dr Matt Serra, Director of Assessment, Trinity College
In this session, Dr. Matt Serra will discuss student portfolios broadly construed: how they work, what purpose they serve and, significantly, what graduate students and/or faculty should be doing with portfolios to reflect on and document their research and teaching.
From Fake News to Clickbait: Teaching Students to Evaluate Online Information
Monday, April 3, 12:00 - 1:30, Perkins 217
Susan Thananopavarn, Ph.D., Associate Director of Outreach, Lecturing Fellow in the Thompson Writing Program, Duke University
Hannah Rozear, Linda Daniel, and Jennifer Willis, Research & Instructional Services Librarians, Duke University
A recent Stanford study concluded that most students lack the critical skills to evaluate different kinds of online information. In this hands-on workshop, we will discuss recent research about students’ online reasoning skills, identify specific skill gaps among Duke students, and suggest lessons and activities that can be incorporated into the classroom.
Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Information Session
Monday, May 1, 1:00 - 3:00, Perkins 217
Dr Hugh Crumley & panel of current PFF Fellows
This panel of current PFF fellows will describe their experience in the program, which provides a yearlong experience for PhD students and postdocs to prepare them for the multiple roles they may be asked to assume as future faculty members in a variety of academic institutions. The application process will also be discussed.