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Leading Effective Discussions in the Classroom

Facilitator: Kimberly G. White, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

Please use this Google doc to share your questions or concerns with Professor Peiss in advance of the workshop: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m-LJXH6M-hQvMWPRN56N4QgEYH2CEy3KwhR3bYYSSOk/edit All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the History department and so may be most useful to students in related fields.Counts toward the CETLI Teaching Certificate.

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Approachable Digital Humanities for the Classroom

Facilitator: Anna Todd, CETLI Graduate Fellow, HIstory

In this age of ever-present technology and innovation, educators in the humanities are thinking creatively about how to incorporate digital tools into the classroom in order to engage students in new and productive ways. In this workshop, Professor Cebul will discuss the role of DH in his course "Transformations of Urban America, 1945-Present," the utility […]

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Intent and Innovation in Course Design

Facilitator: Anna Todd, CETLI Graduate Fellow, HIstory

Intentional course design establishes the tone for a class and sets students up for success. Innovative approaches, including global perspectives, object-based teaching, and thematic schemas, offer the opportunity to reach students from different disciplines and to speak to a variety of learning strengths and interests. In this workshop, we will discuss the considerations that shape […]

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The Art of Evaluation

Facilitator: Anna Todd, CETLI Graduate Fellow, HIstory

Grading is a core component of the pedagogical curriculum that graduate students must learn. At its worst, grading can seem combative or antagonistic - framed as a conflict between teachers and students. What are some steps that graduate students can take to reframe this relationship? Opening up the conversation to evaluation, broadly defined, offers one […]

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Teaching History with Contemporary Significance

Facilitator: Anna Todd, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

In an increasingly polarized political and cultural climate, students often make connections between the historical material presented to them and contemporary issues. Some scholars, educators, and graduate students hesitate to place to past in such a close conversation with the present while others argue that contemporary relevance is a core component of the historical curriculum. […]

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History TAing 101

Facilitator: Anna Todd, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the History department and so may be most useful to students in related fields.Counts toward the CETLI Teaching Certificate.

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Teaching SAIL Courses

Facilitator: Chelsea Chamberlain, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the History department and so may be most useful to students in related fields.Counts toward the CETLI Teaching Certificate.

  • College Hall
    Room 219
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Teaching Introductory Courses

Facilitator: Chelsea Chamberlain, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the History department and so may be most useful to students in related fields.Counts toward the CETLI Teaching Certificate.

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    Room 209 (History Lounge)
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Teaching Undergraduates Beyond Penn

Facilitator: Chelsea Chambers, CETLI Graduate Fellow, History

Join us as Professor Peiss leads a discussion on how to adapt one's teaching for undergraduate students at universities that differ from Penn in funding, size, and culture.All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the History department and so may be most useful to students in related fields.Counts toward the […]