ONLINE: Lunch & Learn Best Practices in Teaching

Date: 
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
Zoom

Every Wednesday from Noon to 1pm (until June 24)

Zoom Meeting ID: https://msu.zoom.us/j/732599810

Password: GTAsTeach

Lunch and Learn: Best Teaching PracticesGraduate Teaching Assistants, you are doing incredible work and many of you have developed teaching strategies, worked with new technology, have found new and innovative ways to run your labs, your recitations, and facilitate learning for teaching remotely.

We would like to have a Lunch and Learn every Wednesday at noon to learn new pedagogy, new teaching strategies, ask Questions and/or discuss brief education articles (no longer than five pages). This is a place to share with Graduate Teaching Assistants and anyone interested in becoming one some great teaching ideas.

Please register at the link below. In the ‘Comments’ field please indicate if you would like to share a teaching practice, part of a lesson, lab section, or an idea used as a recitation leader. Please also indicate the approximate time needed for your presentation.

For April 22

Are your educational practices HIP (High Impact Practices)? 

Michigan Universities are part of the LEAP Initiative which aims at empowering individuals in higher education to prepare students in dealing with complexity, diversity, and change. This initiative promotes High Impact Educational practices and specific strategies that help 21st  century students succeed.

Join us for a brief interactive session on High Impact Educational Practices and let’s discuss how you can make your teaching more effective based on these.

Learning Outcomes:

Session attendees

  • will describe a least three key elements of high impact practices.
  • In collaboration with others will discuss how they make their work high impact and share these with the large group.
  • Identify new strategies for instruction that have high impact on student success and learning.

Presenter: Dr. Stefanie Baier (Curriculum Development Director, MSU Graduate School)