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“Advanced Professional Development for University Teaching” course available this summer

Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars and fellows who are interested in learning how to teach in the higher education setting are invited to register for the summer course “Advanced Professional Development for University Teaching” (UNIV401). 

This 10-week, no-credit seminar will take place Tuesdays from June 7 to July 28. (For the first and final weeks of the course, participants will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays.)

The course aims to introduce participants to the principles of effective teaching, from writing objectives, to assessing student learning, to active learning techniques, and more. Upon completion, participants will be able to plan and teach classes using best practices.

There is no charge for this course, and a free textbook will be provided.

This is an in-person class and enrolment is limited to 15 students. Graduate students can register via the Student Information System (SIS). Postdoctoral scholars/fellows can email at postdoc@case.edu for registration instructions (please allow some time for the application process to proceed).

For questions or more information, email univ401@case.edu.