Graduate Student Professional Development in Teaching (GSPDT) is a collection of graduate student professional development opportunities in TEACHING from the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) in collaboration with the Graduate and Professional School.
GSPDT workshop series are stand-alone or multi-session educational development workshops for teaching and non-teaching graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. These workshops are offered each semester. You may check out upcoming events at the bottom of this page for more information and registration.
CTE also offers one-on-one consulting with all graduate students and postdoctoral researchers on teaching related topics such as instructional methodology, syllabus design, effective feedback, and assessment. In addition, graduate students, serving as TAs, can schedule an observation of their classroom teaching and receive written feedback for their records. Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers can meet with a CTE consultant to discuss and/or review their teaching philosophy statement.
Please contact program lead Bahman Shahri
(Shahri@tamu.edu) for more information.