Presentations for Graduate Students

As a graduate student and teacher, I've benefited greatly from the advice of countless others. So, whenever I have information to share, I like to share it. Also, presenting to others helps me reflect on how I might improve my own practice. (For instance, research I've done for a presentation on instructional screencasting has shaped how I'd like to improve my incorporation of screencasts into my classrooms.) I have presented information to benefit graduate students at several venues, information as varied as advice on teaching and TA'ing to establishing an online presence and career development.

Teaching

"Creating and Using Screencasts to Enhance Student Learning." (March 22/April 3, 2013), co-presented with Mathieu Plourde, Open session for University of Delaware Graduate Teaching Assistants (co-sponsored by the UD Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning, and Academic Technology Services).  

"Student Involvement In Learning: Out-of-Class Preparation and In-Class Activities." (January 24, 2013), co-presented with Mathieu Plourde, University of Delaware 2013 Winter Teaching Assistant Conference. 

"Office Hours: Face to Face and Virtual." (August 21, 2012), co-presented with Samantha Brannick and Brian Kronenthal), University of Delwawar 2012 Fall Teaching Assistant Conference. 

"From Syllabus to Assessment: Developing and Teaching Your Own Course." (August 21, 2012), University of Delaware 2012 Fall Teaching Assistant Conference.

"Planning and Implementing Your 50 Minute Class Session." (August 21, 2012), co-presented with Brian Kronenthal), University of Delaware 2012 Fall Teaching Assistant Conference. 

Academic Career Preparation

"Using Academic Eportfolios to Establishing an Online Presence." (April 11, 2013), webinar presented as part of the Institute for Humane Studies' Online Career Development Series

"Tips for Faculty Job Interviews." (January 17, 2013), presentation to Higher Education Teaching Certification Fellows. 

Graduate Student Life

"Juggling Multiple Demands: Strategies for Time Management (October 19, 2012), co-presented with Sarah Patterson, University of Delaware TA Conference Fall Follow-Up Session 

 "Making the Most of Your Graduate Student Career" (November 9, 2012), co-presented with Kevin Ralston, University of Delaware TA Conference Fall Follow-Up Session. 








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