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Checking Our Work: An Introduction to Researching Your Own Teaching
January 19, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
This event is part of the CTLT TA Institute, taking place from January 17–21. To view all events, visit https://institute.ctlt.ubc.ca/ta-institute/january-2022-ta-institute/
Eligibility: The TA Institute is open to all undergraduate TAs, graduate students who are interested in teaching, and all graduate student TAs. This session is not open to general undergraduate students, post-doctoral fellows, staff, or faculty.
Have you ever wondered if something is actually working in your teaching or why students respond a certain way? In this session we’ll explore the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and how to connect your own experience as a researcher to collecting evidence of your own teaching practices. We will identify areas of interest to you and explore potential questions and research methods. This particular session is helpful to anyone considering doing a Teaching as Research project or being part of the Teaching Practicum.
– Natalie Westwood, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Science
If you wish to complete this workshop as part of either of the themes below, you must complete the pre-session online module by January 17, 2021 by 9 AM and the post-session online module by January 24, 2022 at noon to receive the letter of completion. If you have any questions about the pre or post work please reach out to CTLT.TAInstitute@ubc.ca. Click HERE to access all pre- and post-session modules for each theme. This session falls into the following themes:
– Exploring and Supporting Inclusivity, Equity, Accessibility and Wellness
– Interdisciplinary and Experiential Learning
This year, workshops in the TA institute are organized into 5 themes and if you complete 4 workshops in a theme, and do the related pre- & post-session online modules, you are eligible for a letter of completion that you can include in your Teaching Portfolio and CV. These letters will include a brief description of any themes that you completed, and how the work you did in those themes supports your development as a teacher.
This event will be hosted online on Zoom.