Winter Teaching Week

 Bok Winter Teaching Week is a series of intensive workshops offered during J-Term in conjunction with January @GSAS directed toward graduate student teachers at different stages in their teaching careers. These workshops feature specialists from the Bok Center and other units at Harvard and span a variety of subject areas, including: multimedia production, professional development, teaching fundamentals and teaching in the American classroom.  

Registration is mandatory.  Please click through to the full Event description to register.

Winter Teaching Week 2017 Sessions

Tuesday, 1/17

Teaching in Lab with Andrew Yegian
10am-12pm

The Deadliest Words in College Teaching, 1 : “Read” with Adam Beaver and Jonah Johnson
10am-12pm

The Deadliest Words in College Teaching, 2: “Discuss” with Noelle Lopez and Lauren Davidson
1pm-3pm

Maximize Your Impact, Part I with Mara Sidmore
2pm-4pm

 

Wednesday, 1/18

Public Speaking as Teaching, Part I with Pamela Pollock
9:30am-12pm

Problem Solving in STEM Classes with Tamara Brenner
10am-12pm

The 3 M’s: Metacognition, Motivation and Mindsets with Amy Dent
2pm-4pm

Maximize Your Impact, Part II with Mara Sidmore
2pm-4pm

Thursday, 1/19

Public Speaking as Teaching Part II with Pamela Pollock
9:30am-12pm

Fundamentals of Teaching in Humanities and Social Sciences with the Departmental Teaching Fellows and Bok Center Staff
9am-2pm

Fundamentals of Teaching in STEM with the Departmental Teaching Fellows and Bok Center Staff
9am-2pm

STEM Microteaching with Bok Center Staff
2:15pm5-4:15pm

“Discuss” Skills in Practice Microteaching with Bok Center Staff
2:15pm-4:15pm

Friday, 1/20

 

Your Future as a Teacher-Scholar: Creating a Teaching Portfolio with Pamela Pollock and Rebecca Miller
9am-12pm

Cheating, Plagiarism and the Honor Code with AmyMarie Bartholomew, Stephen Tardif and Karen Heath
10am-12pm

Teaching in General Education with Laura Hess
12pm-1:30pm

Title IX and Professional Conduct with Seth Avakian
2pm-3:30pm