Upcoming Teaching Seminars

  • Microteaching Workshop

    Wednesday, March 18, 4:30–7:00pm

    A-70 Cyert Hall

    In this interactive workshop, participants teach a 5-minute lesson and receive feedback on their teaching from the other participants and the workshop leaders. These lessons are videotaped. (Note: This workshop can count toward the Future Faculty Program's teaching feedback consultation requirement, but not the seminar requirement. Attending the workshop and following up to watch and discuss the video of your lesson with an Eberly colleague can substitute for one of the two teaching feedback consultations required for the Future Faculty Program.)

  • Supporting Student Learning Through Good Assessment Practices*

    Wednesday, March 25, Noon–2:00pm

    Peter/Wright Room, CUC

    Assessment is not just for measuring student performance. Educational research suggests a number of assessment strategies that simultaneously provide opportunities to support student learning. How can you efficiently and effectively assess student learning? Come learn about strategies you can use to create effective assignments and exams and how to leverage assessment practices to best support your students’ learning.

  • Motivating & Engaging Students*

    Thursday, April 2, 5:00–7:00pm

    Peter/McKenna Room, CUC

    What factors influence student motivation? Is motivation malleable? To what extent do instructional practices impact student motivation? As we explore theories and empirical research on motivation, we’ll discuss these questions, implications for both instructors and students, and some strategies you can use to engage students more fully.