In this session, Dr. Gabriel Carillo, DSW, CDFT (Associate Clinical Professor of Social Work, Saint Louis University) is will be faciliating training - targeted for teaching assistants and peer mentors - on recognizing the signs of students struggling with mental health issues when operating in online spaces. Dr. Carillo draws from expertise in social work and knowledge of service delivery using virtual connections.
This session is open to students who are serving as teaching assistants or peer mentors in the coming academic year.
Are you interested in learning new teaching techniques based on learning science? Are you looking for advice on professional growth, the academic job search, and transitioning to a teaching career?
Simmons University's Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET) and the HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows is co-hosting "Teaching in Action" on Monday, August 3 from 1-3pm. This interactive program is designed for early career faculty, postdocs, and graduate students.
The first part of this program will consist of four teaching technique...
Candidates applying for faculty positions that involve classroom or laboratory instruction are usually asked to submit a teaching statement as part of their application materials. Teaching statements are also often required as part of promotion and tenure applications. Creating an effective teaching statement depends on your ability to convince readers that you have a well-formulated philosophy that motivates your teaching. In addition, your statement should be supported by concrete examples of effective teaching or mentoring.
The Program in Graduate Education (PGE) at Harvard Medical School (HMS), in collaboration with the Scientific Citizenship Initiative(SCI) @ HMS, is pleased to host this session showcasing the growing array of post-docs available for lifes sciences trainees looking for training in the areas of teaching, higher ed administration and science policy. These post-docs exist in varying forms, some preparing trainees for careers combining scientific research with work in these areas of expertise.
I am delighted to announce that the sixth annual Teaching and Learning Week at HGSE will be held from Monday, October 15 to Friday, October 19. A website containing comprehensive information about all Teaching and Learning Week activities will be shared in the coming week.
Teaching and Learning Week offers a variety of engaging opportunities for faculty, students, and staff to share and explore effective teaching and learning ...
Westfield State University, Scanlon Hall, Westfield, MA
Many faculty enjoy rewarding careers at colleges and universities that primarily emphasize teaching, including liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and regional comprehensive universities. This free one-day regional conference brings together graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to discuss what it’s like to work at teaching intensive institutions and how to apply for these faculty positions. Graduate students and postdocs will engage with faculty and deans from a range of teaching-intensive institutions across the New England region through a series of talks, panel presentations,... Read more about Teaching at Teaching Intensive Institutions (hosted @ Westfield State University)
The Bok Center sponsors a Fall Teaching Conference and Winter Teaching Week each year. These pre-semester conferences offer new Teaching Fellows a chance to prepare for the semester, as well as for more experienced teachers and scholars to continue to develop their skills and to explore areas of interest in teaching and learning. Learn more and Register here: https://bokcenter.harvard.edu/fall-teaching-conference-winter-teaching-week Read more about Bok Center Fall Teaching Conference
The Division of Medical Sciences Science Education and Lecture (DMS SEAL) Program was established by the DMS Education PATH to provide DMS graduate students with the opportunity to develop curriculum, teach, and receive constructive feedback on their teaching.