Effective Lecturing

Richard Eisenberg, CTL Graduate Fellow, Computer and Information Science

Thursday, October 24 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Graduate Student Workshops

Location: Graduate Student Center 305

Summary: As teachers, we all want our lectures to be compelling, educational, and inspiring. However, as veteran students, we have seen lectures that have either succeeded or utterly failed in these regards. In this workshop, we will discuss the purpose of the lecture in the classroom, and how we can craft high-quality lectures for our students. Participants will take away a set of strategies — focusing on how to structure time and how to mix presentation modes — for preparing and delivering their lectures in order to maximize their students’ learning

All graduate students are welcome. Counts towards CTL Teaching Certificate. Also counts as a follow-up workshop for participants in TA Training.