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 24: Working with Multilingual (ESL) Students on Research-Centered Outcomes (Hee-Seung Kang)
Jan 31: Designing a Research Argument Assignment
Feb 7: Rethinking How Students Work With Research Sources (Susan Dominguez and Mark Eddy)
Feb 14: Helping Students Analyze Evidence (with Suhaan Mehta)
Feb 21: Grading with a Purpose
Feb 28: Responding to Student Writing When You’re Not Sure Where to Start
March 7: Making Seminars Multimodal (Caitlin Kelly)
March 14: (spring break)
March 21: Navigating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Classroom (Elisabeth Roccoforte)
March 28: Ethics Report from Ethical Teaching and Learning Program (presenter TBA)
April 4: Working with Students with Disabilities (Judy Hammer, Grace Clifford, and Elise Geither)
April 11: Meaningful Course Closure (Barbara Burgess-Van Aken)
April 18: Self Assessment and Reflection (Martha Schaffer)
April 25: Course (Re)design