Talking About Teaching
Talking About Teaching is a discussion based session, that involves instructors and graduate students on campus. The format of these sessions changes from session to session, but the goal is very clear, to have a discussion about a teaching-related topic. We promote a comfortable environment where the audience can be free to explore teaching concerns, ideas and more.
What happens at these sessions?
Sessions have taken place online, as world cafe small group discussions, and also as panel presentations followed by discussion. We try to experiment with new formats and find the best way to create a comfortable environment for discussion about teaching.
Past topics have included:
- The Life Course of the Professor
- Are We Teaching Our Students Dangerous Ideas
- Teaching for Liberal Education
- Provoking Student Thinking
- Teaching for Conceptual Understanding and more.
There is usually five sessions held throughout the year, beginning in September and ending in April. TAT events usually occur on Friday's from 2:30-4:30 PM, but be sure to check out our events calendar for the latest information. We do offer refreshments such as wine, beer, juice, fruit and other snacks at our events. You may come for the wine, but you will stay for the great conversation.
The Next Talking About Teaching
Check out the events page for the next Talking About Teaching
Do You Have an Idea for a Talking About Teaching Event?
If you have a great idea for a discussion, please let us know, we will be glad to explore that idea with you and find the best way to present the idea to the audience. Contact Brad Reamsbottom at 403.380.1856 or firstname.lastname@example.org