[pccgrads] Fwd: GRDSCH courses that strengthen your students' teaching skills

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Mon Jul 30 13:41:14 PDT 2018


Some opportunities to develop your teaching skills, right here at UW.

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From: CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING <thectl at uw.edu>
Date: Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM
Subject: GRDSCH courses that strengthen your students' teaching skills
To: uw_grad_gpa <uw_grad_gpa at uw.edu>, uw_grad_gpc <uw_grad_gpc at uw.edu>,
uw_grad_directors-chairs <uw_grad_directors-chairs at uw.edu>


Dear Graduate Program Advisers and Coordinators:

Hello from the Center for Teaching and Learning. Could you let your
students know that CTL offers a series of courses for graduate students
interested in developing and strengthening their teaching skills? These
highly-rated courses focus on evidence-based teaching practices that apply
across disciplines and prepare students for success in the job market.

This autumn we are offering:

*GRDSCH 501 Teaching Assistant Preparation
<http://www.washington.edu/teaching/programs/courses/#501>*
*In person Sept. 18-19, online autumn quarter (1 credit)*
Taken in conjunction with the TA Conference, this hybrid course explores
specific teaching resources and strategies that support new TAs in their
roles.

*GRDSCH 550 Teaching in Global Classrooms: Strategies for Teaching
International and Multilingual Students
<http://www.washington.edu/teaching/programs/courses/#550>*
*Thursdays, 2:30-3:20 p.m. (1 credit)*
This course focuses on evidence-based teaching practices that leverage the
diverse linguistic and cultural assets of global classrooms to enrich
learning for all students. (course flyer attached)

*GRDSCH 630 Acting Up: Teaching Theater for Change
<http://www.washington.edu/teaching/programs/courses/#tfc>*
*Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:30-3:20 p.m. (2 credits)*
Students build practical skills in Theatre of the Oppressed and other
arts-based pedagogies to promote inclusive educational environments in
classroom, institutional, and community contexts.
(course flyer attached)

To see a full list of courses offered this year, please visit our CTL
Graduate School Courses
<https://www.washington.edu/teaching/programs/courses/> page.


Thank you,

Beth Kalikoff
Director, UW Seattle Center for Teaching and Learning
Associate Professor, SIAS, UW Tacoma
Pronouns: she/her

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