SAGES offers a series of 50-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 12.00-12.50 in Crawford 111.

A light lunch (pizza or sandwiches) will be served.

List of Topics for SPRING 2019

Jan 22           Working with Multilingual Writers (Gusztav Demeter)

Jan 29            IRB Protocol (Mike Householder and Martha Schaffer)

Feb 5              Designing a Research Argument Assignment and Sequence

Feb 12            Taking Research Beyond the Classroom (Narcisz Fejes)

Feb 19             Controversial Topics in Classroom Discussions (Gabby Bychowski)

Feb 26             Integrating Evidence

March 5          Best Practices for Peer Review (Mary Assad and Shaofei Lu)

 

March 12         Spring break

 

March 19        Integrating Counterarguments in Research Writing

March 26       Engagement: Purpose and Audience (Kim Emmons)

April 2            Moral and Ethical Education (Jeremy Bendik-Keymer and Bharat Ranganathan)

April 9            Orality as a Component of Multimedia Communication

April 16          Visual Rhetoric as a Component of Multimedia Communication

April 23          Course Re-design