Intercultural Development Office
Teaching In the Canadian Classroom
Date: Oct 17/13 - Nov 21/13
Time: 16:30 - 18:30
Location: To be announced upon registration.
Cost: No cost to Laurier graduate students and teaching assistants.
Today’s university classrooms contain students from all over the world. Expectations regarding teacher behaviours vary across cultures, institutions, and disciplines. In this 20-hour workshop, teaching assistants and graduate students learn to present more effectively by developing their teaching and intercultural communication skills. By participating in this workshop, you will be able to:
- enhance your instructional skills and teaching communication;
- respond to student questions effectively;
- feel more confident about your presentation skills; and
- acquire strategies for delivering and accepting constructive feedback on teaching and presentations.
Workshop activities include teaching for 10 minutes on a topic in your discipline and responding to questions from your audience.
Page Link: http://www.wlu.ca/forms_detail.php?grp_id=13502&frm_id=3359
Contact: Nadine LeGros
Phone: Ext. 4219
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