Training

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Teaching Academy Information Sessions

Do you have a colleague who may be interesting in learning about the Teaching Academy?  Please send them this invitation to join us and learn a bit more about what the Teaching Academy has to offer.

If you are a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow interested in learning more about the benefits of engaging in Teaching Academy training, you are invited to attend one of the upcoming information sessions listed below.

Presented by Kelly Clark, Associate Director
Teaching Academy, Center for Educational Resources
Johns Hopkins University
  • Wednesday, September 9th,  4-5 PM ET
  • Wednesday, September 16th,  12-1 PM ET
    Kindly REGISTER and you will receive the Zoom link before the session date/time.

Pizza & Pedagogy

Join your Teaching Academy Fellows for pizza and the opportunity to discuss teaching topics with guest faculty! Intended for those with little or no formal pedagogical training, these workshops are designed to prepare instructors to teach effectively at the university level. Open to all graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. 

Pizza & Pedagogy Series 2020-2021
When: dates/times below
Location: Currently online (sorry - no pizza!); Register for Zoom link
Registration: Graduate and doctoral studeents and Post-doctoral Fellows at Johns Hopkins University can register by clicking the links below; Registration required to receive access.


  • August 13th from 12:00-1:30 PM ET
    Teaching Effectively for Online Learning presented by Rachel B. Levine, M.D., M.P.H., Associate Dean for Faculty Educational Development and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

  • August 20th from 4:00-5:30 PM ET
    Writing an Effective Teaching Statement presented by Megan Bohn, PhD, Assistant Director for Postdoctoral Affairs at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
     

Note: For certificate track participants, attending a total of any six workshops in combination [Pizza and Pedagogy, Eyes-on-Teaching, KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar (KSAS only), Faculty Exchanges (2 max), Workshops offered by CIRTL or Summer Institutes] may count as your Phase I Certificate of Completion/CIRTL Associate level.  Additional training may also be considered to count towards program completion on a case by case basis, email teachingacademy@jhu.edu.

Eyes on Teaching

Intended for those with little or no formal pedagogical training, these workshops are designed to prepare instructors to teach effectively at the university level.

Workshops are open to all graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, lecturers, and faculty with instructional appointments in Arts & Sciences or Engineering.  Also open to any graduate student or post-doctoral fellow enrolled in the certificate track program regardless of division.

Eyes on Teaching Series - Fall 2020
When: Thursdays, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: currently online; register for access via Zoom
Registration: please register HERE for link to access [LINK COMING SOON]


All sessions presented by Dr. Richard Shingles, Lecturer, Biology, Johns Hopkins University

Dates beginning September 2020 coming soon...

 

Note: For certificate track participants, attending a total of any six workshops in combination [Pizza and Pedagogy, Eyes-on-Teaching, KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar (KSAS only), Faculty Exchanges (2 max), Workshops offered by CIRTL or Summer Institutes] may count as your Phase I Certificate of Completion/CIRTL Associate level.  Additional training may also be considered to count towards program completion on a case by case basis, email teachingacademy@jhu.edu.

KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar

The KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar is a forum for graduate students and post-docs interested in discussing teaching strategies and collaborating to generate solutions to challenges in the classroom. We welcome graduate student teachers and post-doctoral fellows from all KSAS departments to attend any sessions that may be helpful for their teaching practice and professional development.

KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar Series (Fall 2020)
When: dates/times below
Location: currently meeting online; please register for Zoom link
Registration: KSAS graduate students can register by clicking here.


 

Note: For certificate track participants, attending a total of any six workshops in combination [Pizza and Pedagogy, Eyes-on-Teaching, KSAS Graduate Teaching Seminar (KSAS only), Faculty Exchanges (2 max), Workshops offered by CIRTL or Summer Institutes] may count as your Phase I Certificate of Completion/CIRTL Associate level.  Additional training may also be considered to count towards program completion on a case by case basis, email teachingacademy@jhu.edu.

CIRTL Online Workshops and Courses

The CIRTL mission is to enhance excellence in undergraduate education through the development of a national faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse learners as part of successful and varied professional careers. The Johns Hopkins University is an active member of this national network comprised of resesearch universities across the nation and Canada that are committed to improving higher education by preparing the faculty of the future. 

All workshops and courses are free to any JHU affliate.  You do not need to be part of the Teaching Academy community to take part in any of the training offered.  For those interested in earning the certificate of completion, CIRTL workshops my count towards your Phase I activity requirement and a CIRTL course may count as your Phase II activity requirement. 

Please see our news feed on the right-hand column of this page for upcoming CIRTL offerings or visit www.cirtl.net for more information.

Questions about CIRTL? Email Kelly Clark, kelly.clark@jhu.edu, JHU's Co-Administrative Leader.