Open to all graduate students, this 6-part teacher development series has brought together some of Lehigh's most talented professors to pass on their wisdom about the art of teaching. Earn your Certificate by attending 5 of the six sessions (one of which can be missed and made-up; see make-up instructions below).
Sign-ups are now closed--check back in the fall!
Watch the recordings for SESSIONS 2, 3 & 4 here
and submit a 1-2 page summary/reflection
on the session you missed
*no recordings for Sessions 1 & 5
**Attendance at the 2:30 or 4:10 sessions will count toward the certificate, but I hope you'll come to as many of the day's events as you can. --Greg Reihman**
12:00-2:00 Keynote Address and Discussion (Lunch will be provided).
"Challenges and Opportunities for Lehigh: What MOOCs, Online Learning, and Emerging Technologies Might Mean for Our Campus"2:30 - 4:00 pm Presentations by Lehigh Lab Faculty Fellows on the iPad Project, Uses of Documentary Video, and Curricular Research Innovation Grants.
Professor Thomas J. Hyclak (Professor of Economics, Lehigh University)
Berrisford Boothe (Art, Architecture and Design) Volkmar Dierolf (Physics) Marie-Sophie Armstrong (Modern Languages and Literature) Michael Kramp (English) Iveta Silova (Comparative and International Education) Jack Lule (Journalism)4:10-5:30 Lightning Round: Innovations in Teaching and Learning- brief presentations by faculty and staff.
Barbara Malt (Psychology) Lori Herz (Chemical Engineering) David Small (Anthropology and Sociology) Jim Young (LTS) and Jerry Lennon (Provost's Office) Hyun-Tae Jung (Art, Architecture and Design) Sam Weaver (Finance) James Maskulka (Marketing) Alec Bodzin (Instructional Design and Technology) David Anastasio (Earth and Environmental Sciences)
Where: Rauch 91
JANUARY 24: How Teachers Teach: Helping Students Understand
FEBRUARY 7: How Teachers Teach: Explanations & Investigations
FEBRUARY 21: How Students Learn: The Role of Cognition in Instructional Design