Teaching & Learning
Recap: Design Thinking Series This is part three of a summer-long blog post about how to use design-thinking in your career search or if you decide to go solo and… Read the rest
When giving a talk, many people worry about what they will say and getting the facts right. In other words, they think first and foremost about the quality of… Read the rest
Like the muddiest point exercise, the “minute paper” is an easy classroom assessment technique (CAT) that instructors can use to quickly check how well students are grasping course material.
[show_avatar email=4265 user_link=authorpage show_name=true show_email=true show_biography=true avatar_size=35] Students often disagree over deeply held beliefs. Sometimes tension boils over during class discussion, resulting in a “hot moment.” Exploring the causes… Read the rest
It can be exhausting when you’re trying to teach the course content that’s specific to your discipline, but you end up spending tons of class time with students just covering… Read the rest
[show_avatar email=4265 user_link=authorpage show_name=true show_email=true show_biography=true show_postcount=true avatar_size=35] Welcome back, and, if you’re teaching this semester, we hope you had a good first week! The beginning of the semester… Read the rest
There are a number of professional development resources designed to help Graduate Center students who are currently teaching (or will teach) their own classes. We’ve listed a few below, and… Read the rest