The graduate pedagogy workshop series is developed and facilitated by the CTE's graduate fellows based on their areas of interest.
Supporting Students Who Are Falling Behind
Facilitated by Emilie Newsham Novak
January 24, 2024 | 4:30-6:00 pm | Herring 129
There are numerous reasons why students may be falling behind and a variety of resources on and off campus available to help them. In this workshop, participants will learn what they can do as instructors to support struggling students while maintaining course rigor and staying on schedule. Participants will practice interventional conversations with students and discuss methods for getting students caught up. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a better understanding of how pedagogy surrounding student motivation, teacher-student rapport, and content scaffolding can help them devise strategies to improve and maintain student performance mid-semester.
Please RSVP here.
Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment to Serve All Students
Facilitated by Fernanda Morales Calva
March 5, 2024 | 4:30-6:00 pm | Herring 129
This workshop will highlight strategies that create an inclusive learning environment, where all student identities are validated and supported. The workshop will focus on multiple facets of inclusive educational practices: pedagogy, policies, and mentoring. Participants will discuss ways to build community, foster a sense of belonging, and integrate culturally-relevant content into their courses. Attendees will leave this workshop armed with knowledge of evidence-based practices and concrete strategies for making classrooms more equitable and inclusive.
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Growth Mindset: Listen to the Voice that Says "You Can Do It!"
Facilitated by Daniela del Río
Wednesday, November 1 | 4:30-6:00 | Herring 129
This workshop is designed to generate a mindset change about the abilities and capacities of the participants. Through specific case studies, participants will create a set of growth mindset suggestions to instructors, which will be further expanded upon with the recommendations of experts. Participants will be provided tools for teaching a class through the perspective of a growth mindset as well as to perceive their own education through this lens.
The CTE is hosting a social gathering at Valhalla immediately following the workshop, from 6-8pm.