TA Workshop: Instructional Strategies 101 (Synchronous)


TA Workshop: Instructional Strategies 101 (Synchronous)

10/03/2020 9:00 am
10/03/2020 10:20 am

SYNCHRONOUS TA WORKSHOP: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES 101

ALL Brock University TAs, marker-graders, tutorial leaders, lab demonstrators, and course coordinators to join are invited to join us for our TA workshops online!

WHEN: This workshop is a synchronous (live) event. More information about how to join the session will be provided closer to the workshop date.

This workshop will take place on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD | 9AM – 10:20AM

WHERE: Online, Microsoft Teams (link will be shared closer to the date of the workshop)

WHAT:

What on earth are “snowball” and “fishbowl”? While most instructors are familiar with “think-pair-share” for encouraging student participation, there are a wide variety of strategies and techniques one can use to deepen learning. This is an interactive session that will add more tools to your instructional toolbox. Strategies for use in the online classroom will also be discussed!

FACILITATOR: Natalie Currie-Patterson, CPI

WHY ATTEND?

Participation in this session will earn 1 TA credit towards the completion of the Certificate in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education.

CPI Workshops are open to ALL Brock University teaching assistants, marker-graders, tutorial leaders, course coordinators and lab demonstrators. Workshops are applicable to all disciplines.

REGISTRATION:

Registration is required. If you have questions please contact eddev@brocku.ca

OTHER INFORMATION:

For additional information about the TA Certificate programs, please contact eddev@brocku.ca

Location: 
Microsoft Teams (Link shared closer to the date of event)
Credit
Credit Value:: 
1.00
Type of Credit: 
TA Certificate
Cost
Cost: 
$0

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