GTA Academy II- Creating a Civil Classroom Culture
Sep 18, 2013
from 04:30 pm to 06:30 pm
|Contact Name||Michelle Rodems|
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What is the GTA Academy? Designed to help UofL Graduate Teaching Assistants conduct better classroom teaching and develop professionally as future teachers, the GTA Academy is a series of monthly workshops that are held over the course of an academic year. Individual workshops, which are presented by some of UofL's best teachers and experts, focus on a variety of topics such as creating learner-centered syllabus, integrating critical thinking, developing evaluation rubrics, stimulating active learning in the classroom, classroom management, and student learning styles and generational difference.
How can I participate in it? To participate in this program, students must apply when it is advertised in August. The School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS) will advertise the Academy via channels like graduate students mailing list and UofL Today. Applicants will need to submit a letter and recommendation from their departments along with an application letter. For more information, visit the GTA Academy website or firstname.lastname@example.org