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We are delighted to announce that one of our former Grad 5105 students, Adan Silverio Murillo, has been awarded the Department of Applied Economics' Outstanding Achievement Award for his work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
debuts this Spring Semester as a one-credit, fully online Preparing Future Faculty course: GRAD 8200, Section 1. Participants will gather virtually to learn, share and develop strategies for cultivating learning spaces and teaching practices that support the broad range of learners enrolled in our colleges, programs and courses. Onestop registration for is graduate students and postdoctoral fellows now open. Email the course instructor, Ilene D. Alexander, with your questions.
Monday, February 9th, 2015
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Walter 101
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What does it really mean to speak English fluently? In this workshop, you will learn how strategic phrasing and pausing can help you be better understood by listeners.
Presenters: Colleen Meyers, Elena Stetsenko
Are your student teams running smoothly, or do they sometimes look like this?
Teaching (with) Disabilities
This week’s post reflects on learning within a teachable moment related to learning and teaching with disabilities. Among the resources listed – and drawn on to shape practices reflected on in the essay – is the “Understanding Disability: A Good Practice Guide,” developed by the Centre for Inclusive Learning Support at the University of Worcester as part of the “Enabling Teachers and Trainers to Improve Accessibility of Adult Education” project.
Visit our TILT blog to read more about it.
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