Friday, November 8, 2013

Graduate Academy Courses for Spring

Spring 2014 Graduate Academy Courses:

In the online schedule, the department name is Graduate Academy.

GRAD 694B: Seminar: Preparing Future Faculty 2 Credits, CRN 15525, Tuesdays:
This seminar introduces students to the faculty job application process, the responsibilities of faculty positions, and the different kinds of institutions in American higher education.
Instructor: Dr. Jenny Douglas.

GRAD 710: Scholarly Teaching 3 Credits, CRN 14682, Tuesdays: 1:30pm-4:20pm
This pedagogy course provides teaching strategies drawn from current research on college education. Students will practice and apply these teaching skills in their own disciplines in order to become effective college instructors.
Instructor: Dr. Michelle D. Withers.

 GRAD 794A Seminar: 21st Century Teaching 1 Credit F/S, CRN 16039, Mondays:
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is a growing movement in higher education to conduct scholarly research on learning and inform teaching. Students will learn strategies for combining effective teaching with research and explore SoLT opportunities within their field. Students in the Certificate should enroll in this course twice: first in the fall, then in the spring.
Instructor: Dr. Amy L. Kuhn.

 GRAD 685: Teaching Capstone 3 Credits, CRN 15901, Online
This is the capstone course for the Certificate in University Teaching and is intended to help students design a course in their interest area, design an effective teaching portfolio, and prepare for the academic job search.
Instructor: Dr. Jenny Douglas.

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