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Teaching and Acknowledging Histories of Violence in a University Context

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

When teaching music survey courses, histories of colonialism and slavery are frequently essential historical frames. How do we teach these topics and other sensitive histories and contexts in such a way that avoids reducing them to context, and instead explores their significance in the formation of music and disciplinary histories? How do we navigate this […]

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Teaching Over Time

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

How does teaching evolve over the course of your career? With Professor Guy Ramsey, students will discuss university teaching over the longterm, with a focus on both undergrad and graduate instruction. All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the Music Department and so may be most useful to students in […]

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Avoiding the All-White and All-Male Syllabus

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

his workshop offers an opportunity to discuss what the syllabus is/can be, and will address what representation means in the context of our syllabi, specifically for grad students teaching Western Music History, World Music, or Music Theory.All graduate students are welcome. This event grows out of concerns in the Music department and so may be […]

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Critical and Compassionate: Teaching and Learning About Sound

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CTL Graduate Fellow, Music

How do we create a classroom environment that allows students to critically engage with the material they are reading and hearing as part of our classes? How do we design assignments (creative projects, research papers, exams, etc.) that help students to engage with sound/music as critical and compassionate listeners?All graduate students are welcome. This event […]

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    3rd Floor Seminar Room
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Critical and Compassionate: Teaching and Learning About Sound

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

How do we create a classroom environment that allows students to critically engage with the material they are reading and hearing as part of our classes? How do we design assignments (creative projects, research papers, exams, etc.) that help students to engage with sound/music as critical and compassionate listeners?All graduate students are welcome. This event […]

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Teaching Audio Material: Why and How

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

What pedagogical work do we want music listening to accomplish in the classroom? This workshop will be open to considerations of how we select listenings for class or for pre-class assignments, and importantly, how we prepare students to engage with audio material. Through this conversation, we will discuss how our teaching guides student listening perspectives, […]

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Naming Our Epistemological Frameworks

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

In the survey courses that we teach, we are often teaching from disciplinary perspectives that may be unfamiliar to our students. How do we openly and honestly discuss the disciplinary frames of the courses we teach, and the limitations they may bring? How do we make (meaningful) space for other forms of knowing in an […]

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Beyond the Textbook: Who We Are in the Classroom

Facilitator: Elizabeth Bynum, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

Through small group discussions, we will approach several questions to consider how we interact with our students and shape our learning environments. This CETLI workshop will feature several returning graduate instructors in Music who will help us discuss these themes. Sample questions include: How do we create assignments, lesson plans, and syllabi that make space […]

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Teaching Online Courses

Facilitator: Maria Ryan, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

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

  • Lerner Center
    Room 101
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Creating a Syllabus

Facilitator: Maria Ryan, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

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

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    Room 210
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Teaching Politics

Facilitator: Maria Ryan, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

Make no mistake: the classroom is not apolitical. Whether consciously or not and however hard to admit, when we teach we are teaching politics and teaching politically. Current events and the prevailing political climate in the US compel us to confront these issues head on. This workshop will look at how these external events come […]

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How Do You (Write About How You) Teach? Developing A Philosophy of Teaching Statement As A Graduate Student

Facilitator: Maria Ryan, CETLI Graduate Fellow, Music

In this workshop, we will begin by discussing what a philosophy of teaching statement is and is not, both speaking generally and by reading a selection of anonymized statements from a range of disciplines. Since a statement is increasingly required of ABD students and recent graduates on the job market, we will spend time workshopping […]