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College Classroom Teaching: Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning


Gain College Teaching Experience and
Earn a Nationally-Recognized CITRL Practitioner Certificate!
 
Want to learn more about teaching in a classroom? Looking for experienced mentors to help you get started on your future educational career? TAMU CIRTL, CTE and OGAPS are pleased to offer the College Classroom Teaching course to Texas A&M graduate students! All disciplines welcome!

The College Classroom Teaching course will provide doctoral level students with the unique opportunity to discuss relevant teaching techniques with other graduate students and experienced faculty from multiple disciplines and design and implement a course module with a faculty mentor in an undergraduate classroom.

This course is 1 credit hour. Sessions are held select Fridays from 3-5 p.m. in the spring semester. 


Session Topics (students in the course will learn about the following):
Course Development Cycle (CDC)
Teaching Strategies
Classroom Management
Teaching-as-Research
Formative and Summative Assessment Techniques
Syllabus Design
ePortfolio

 
Course Design Cycle