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Preparing to Teach 5: What do YOU want to learn this Summer?

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2016 Summer Graduate Teaching Scholars Program
Center for Engaged Teaching, UC San Diego
sgts.ucsd.edu
Peter Newbury
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Preparing to Teach 5: What do YOU want to learn this Summer?

  1. 1. Summer GraduateTeaching Scholars Preparing toTeach 5: What doYOU want to learn this Summer? June 9 and 10, 2016 1sgts.ucsd.edu Name Course Dept/School Summer I or II # students Peter Newbury
  2. 2. How we’ll support you this Summer Center for Engaged Teaching team  Tiffany Dunbar, Education Research Coordinator  Erilynn Heinrichsen, Program and Peer Mentor Coordinator  Gabriele Wienhausen, Faculty Director,Teaching + Learning Commons  EducationTechnology Services (ETS): April Cha, Brent Hartley, Craig Bentley, Joan Holmquist, Dan Suchy,… sgts.ucsd.edu 2
  3. 3. How we’ll support you this Summer  observations and feedback from peer mentors Part 1: pre-observation planning Part II: observation Part III: post-observation debriefing This will happen twice, in Weeks 1&2 and inWeeks 3&4 sgts.ucsd.edu 3
  4. 4. How we’ll support you this Summer  observations and feedback from peer mentors Observations focus on 3 categories:  Providing support for students  Encouraging students’ independence  Developing interpersonal/community sgts.ucsd.edu 4
  5. 5. How we’ll support you this Summer  observations and feedback from peer mentors We believe you’ll find these observations and feedback extremely valuable.We recognize some of you may not want to be observed and so you have the option to opt out of the program. Watch for an email and then respond ASAP sgts.ucsd.edu 5
  6. 6. How we’ll support you this Summer  peer mentors (observations, technical support in 1st class,“on-call” for advice) sgts.ucsd.edu 6 Erica Bender (Sociology) Andrea Chase (Chem & Biochem) Monica Chu (Biological Sciences) Drew Walker (Psychology) Nirag Kadakia (Physics) Mary Klann (History) Jake Olson (Cognitive Science) Krista Perks (Neuroscience) Katrin Pesch (Visual Arts) DannyWeltman (Philosophy) (tentative)
  7. 7. How we’ll support you this Summer  Reflection and support meetings, every Friday at __________ (stay tuned!) sgts.ucsd.edu 7
  8. 8. You are excellent researchers Teaching-as-research lets you apply your research skills in a new context. Instead of the lab, archives, community, or coffee shop, the research occurs in the classroom. sgts.ucsd.edu 8
  9. 9. Goal: By midnight on June 19, you’ll submit a proposal giving  title of your project  research question (what do you want to learn?)  experimental design and methods (how do you want to do it?)  expected significance (why do you want to do it?)  present state of knowledge (at least one reference to what’s been done already)  resources required, if any sgts.ucsd.edu 9 (Submit your proposal using a Google form linked to the SGTS blog.)
  10. 10. Goals for today 1. Tell the people about your project. 2. Give and get feedback, especially about  ethical / privacy / harm concerns:  your project cannot harm students’ success  there can be no repercussions for a student who does not participate in voluntary tasks  Is the research question narrow enough that you can accomplish something? sgts.ucsd.edu 10

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