Scientists as Educators

topics: learning objectives, interactivity, assessment, writing questions, designing instruction, teaching & research

The Scientists as Educators program is a series of one-hour workshops for scientists, researchers, post-docs and graduate students who want to know learn more about key aspects of teaching and learning. 

Each session has a brief online component (video and application activity) followed by a 1-hour in-person session to dig deeper and apply concepts.  In-person sessions are held from 12-1pm on the fourth Monday of each month.   If participants are unable to attend the in-person session, an alternative consultation can also be arranged. 

Participants are welcome to attend all sessions, or select only those that they would like to learn more about.  

To indicate your interest and receive communications about this series, please fill out this form.  To register for an individual session, please use the links below.  

 

Upcoming Topics: 

Monday, July 26 - Learning Objectives     Register for 7/26 Session

Monday, August 23 - Assessment       Register for 8/23 Session

Monday, September 27 - Designing Sessions        Register for 9/27 Session

Monday, October 25 - Balancing Teaching & Research      Register for 10/25 Session

Monday, November 29 - Writing High-Quality Multiple Choice Questions        Register for 11/29 Session

 

If you have any questions, or would like to view the asynchronous materials, please contact Tracy Blanchard