Therese Huston’s Teaching What You Don’t Know is one of the most popular books among UCAT staff and clients. Huston discusses how being inexpert in a particular content area can actually be an advantage in creating a collaborative learning environment and encouraging student autonomy. Teaching material that we as teachers are just learning also stimulates […]
September 19, 2014
Fair & Efficient Grading
September 22, 2014
Teaching and Research Statements
September 24, 2014
Navigating Multiple Roles as a GTA: Your Whole Self and the Classroom
September 29, 2014
Course Design Institutes
We are now accepting applications for our Autumn 2014 and Winter 2014 Course Design Institutes. These five-part workshops allow you to take a big-picture look at a course of your choice and engage in a hands-on process of (re)-designing it to more effectively and purposefully help students learn. An application is required, and a limited number will be selected to participate in order to facilitate community development.
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Carmen Workshops for GTAs
New to Carmen? The Office of Distance Education and eLearning will be offering a series of workshops to teach Graduate Teaching Associates the ins and outs of Ohio State’s course management system this autumn.
In the second installment of our series welcoming new teachers to their teaching roles at Ohio State, we hope that many of our colleagues – new and experienced teachers alike – will benefit from the stories, observations, and recommendations below. Our colleagues told us that they do things very differently now than they did when […]