The Graduate Student Teaching Association presents the 7th Annual Pedagogy Day Conference on Friday, October 28th at the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Pedagogy day is an annual conference dedicated to providing doctoral students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to teach effectively in undergraduate classrooms.
This year’s conference theme is Student Centered Teaching.
Our keynote Professor Janie Wilson will discuss integrating statistics and research methods into one course.
Workshops will focus on:
- How to bring authentic research into the classroom (led by Dr. Rebecca Weiss, Dr. Daryl Wout, Kim Schanz from John Jay College, CUNY)
- How to use blogs to enhance student engagement (led by Julie Hecht and Dr. Philip Kreniske from The Graduate Center)
- Techniques for developing students’ critical thinking skills(led by Dr. Paige Fisher, Dr. Janine Buckner, Dr. Amy Hunter, and Dr. Susan Nolan from Seton Hall University).
Last but not least, the Teaching Activity Blitz showcases graduate students’ creative activities!
Food and refreshments will be served throughout the day!
This year’s Pedagogy Day is going to be fabulous and we hope to see you there!
Volunteers and interested students are encouraged to join the Pedagogy Day committee and assist with communications/outreach, registration, and set-up of venue on the day of the event!
All the questions, comments, and other forms of communication should be addressed to Pedagogy Day2016 co-chairs, Rita Obeid and Anna Schwartz, at firstname.lastname@example.org
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL THERE!!!