SAGES offers a series of 60-minute sessions addressing specific areas of the SAGES philosophy of instruction, with a focus on identifying best practices and practical teaching tips.
The sessions are open to all faculty teaching in SAGES. No reservation is required. All sessions are Tuesdays 12.00-1.00 in Crawford 111.
A light lunch (pizza or sandwiches) will be served.
Jan 23: Working with Multilingual Students (Joe DeLong, Shaofei Lu, Annie Pecastaings)
Jan 30: Designing a Research Argument Assignment and Sequence
Feb 6: Working with Students with Disabilities (ESS and DR)
Feb 13: When we say “Argument,” what do we mean? (T. Kenny Fountain)
Feb 20: Helping Students Write for a Specific Audience
Feb 27: What’s your Philosophy of Grading? (Peter Whiting)
March 6: Meaningful Course Closure (Barbara Burgess-Van Aken)
March 13: (spring break)
March 20: Navigating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Classroom (Elisabeth Roccoforte)
March 27: Paraphrasing and Summarizing (Gusztav Demeter)
April 3: Teaching Ethics
April 10: Creative Assignments
April 17: Self-Reflection and Writing Transfer (Martha Schaffer)
April 24: Course (Re)design