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300P sec. 1 - Teaching Learning in Higher Education (Fall 2011)
Instructor: Malcolm M. Feeley (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Meeting Time: F 10:00-12:00
Meeting Location: 2240 Piedmont
Course Start: August 26, 2011
Course End: November 10, 2011
This seminar will introduce graduate students to the theory and practice of teaching and learning in higher education. The immediate goal is to prepare new GSIs for their teaching at Berkeley; however, the course will also include material to assist in the teaching students may do in their future careers. Prospective, current and continuing GSIs are encouraged to attend.
Course Goals: To introduce students to the roles and responsibilities of GSIs in the University of California, Berkeley. To enable GSIs to select teaching methods based on that research that are appropriate to specific courses and educational contexts. To provide a forum for GSIs to communicate with their peers and collaborate on responses to common issues in teaching. Class sessions will often begin with an opportunity for sharing GSI concerns and questions.
REQUIRED FOR ALL FIRST TIME GSIs and encouraged for all First Year Ph.D. students.
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