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Postdoctoral Short-Course on College Teaching in Science and Engineering
ANNOUNCEMENT: APPLICATIONS FOR PARTICIPATION ARE DUE BY 9 AM ON AUGUST 13, 2013.
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching and Rackham Graduate School seek applicants for the Postdoctoral Short-Course on College Teaching in Science and Engineering. The purpose of this short-course is to prepare a select group of thirty-two advanced Postdoctoral Scholars from a variety of disciplines in the Sciences and Engineering to teach effectively as future faculty members. The short-course consists of eight 3-hour seminars. Each of the eight seminars will follow a similar format, emphasizing advanced preparation so that time in sessions may be devoted to active learning and reflection. Each session will include:
- a video podcast introducing session topics,
- short readings to support the podcast,
- preparatory assignments that will be used during that day’s session, and
- “hands on” activities during the session that synthesize and apply the material introduced in the podcasts, readings, and assignments.
Participants will be expected to attend all eight sessions in their entirety, watch the pre-recorded lectures/video clips, and complete the preparatory readings and assignments before each session.
All sessions are integrated and build upon one another, leading participants to four capstone experiences:
- a 15-minute practice teaching session which includes active learning,
- the completion of a syllabus for a course they might teach in the future,
- the completion of a lesson plan for an inquiry-based class, and
- a statement of teaching philosophy.
Participants who successfully complete all course requirements will receive a certificate of completion.
The eight-week short-course will meet on Mondays, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, from October 21st through December 9th, 2013.
APPLICATIONS FOR PARTICIPATION ARE DUE BY 9 AM ON AUGUST 13, 2013.
To apply, please complete this application.
NOTE: To be eligible, an applicant's faculty supervisor MUST e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline, verifying his/her support for the applicant's full participation in the program.
Applicants will be notified of selection decisions in September, 2013.
For questions, please e-mail email@example.com