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April 13, 2009

The Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering’s Teaching Methods and Resources Committee is pleased to present the inaugural installment of the Excellence in Teaching and Learning Series:

Strategies for Large Lectures

A panel session featuring Professors Frank Kschischang (ECE), Evan Bentz(CivE), Mark Kortschot (ChemE), Chris Yip (IBBME), and student Kristen Facciol(EngSci AERO 0T9)

Moderated by 3M National Teaching Fellowship award recipient Professor Susan McCahan, Professor (MIE) and Chair, First Year

Thursday, April 16, 2009

The Excellence in Teaching and Learning Series is designed to showcase educational strategies in engineering and beyond. Our first session will focus on strategies for large (or any!) lectures, including:  

  • Encouraging participation in a large class
  • Effective use of technology
  • Managing classroom behaviour
  • Determining whether students are meeting your learning objectives
  • Planning and delivering effective lectures

The Excellence in Teaching and Learning Series is open to all faculty, staff and students. This will be an interactive session, designed to open a new conversation about teaching and learning in the Faculty.

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