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December 20, 2014

Canadian Excellence

Graduate Student and TA Professional Development Series



Open to all graduate students, teaching and instructional assistants, this series is a collaborative effort between the Centre for Teaching Innovation and Excellence, the Writing (and Study Skills) Centres, and Career Development Centre, and builds upon our individual and collective programming. All sessions may be counted toward the award winningASPIREprogram, and selectively to either theUniversity Teaching Certificateand/or theCareer Development Certificatefor graduate students. Check out the fall offerings listed below and watch for upcoming sessions in Winter. Register in advance at/edev.

Waterloo Campus Offerings:

December 2 -Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement and Beginning to Build a Teaching Dossier

January 14 - Teaching Philosophy Statement Feedback Session

January 20 - Teaching Strategies and Classroom Management

February 3 - Microteaching Session

February 5 -Lesson Planning 101

February 24 -Encouraging Interaction in your Classroom

February 26 -The Intercultural Classroom

March 5 -Facilitating Group Work in the Classroom

March 16 -Building your own Course

March 19 -Intercultural Communication in Feedback and Conflict

March 25 -Microteaching Session



Brantford Campus Offerings:

January 15 - Lesson Planning 101

January 29 - Teaching Strategies and Classroom Management

February 9 -Microteaching Session

February 26 - Encouraging Interaction in your Classroom

March 12 - Building your own Course

March 26 -Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement and Beginning to Build a Teaching Dossier

April 8 -Facilitating Group Work in the Classroom

April 8 -Teaching Philosophy Statement Feedback Session


Related Information Title Type
2014 Graduate Student and TA Professional Development Series Winter 2015 Brantford Guide Document
2014 Graduate Student and TA Professional Development Series Winter 2015 Waterloo Guide Document