Pizza & Pedagogy
Join your Teaching Academy Fellows for 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: Online (sorry - no pizza!); Register for Zoom link
Registration: Graduate and doctoral students and Post-doctoral Fellows at Johns Hopkins University can register by clicking the links below; Registration required to receive access.
February 9th from 12:00-1:00 PM ET
Part II of The S.A.L.A.M.I. Method: Helping the Academically Challenged Student Using a Systematic Approach to Learning and Metacognitive Development presented by Dr. James M. Culhane, PhD, Professor and Assistant Dean for Student Academic Success Programs, NTA Certified Academic Coach, Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy.
February 18th from 3:00-4:00 PM ET
Science of Learning: Evidence-informed Teaching Strategies to Support Learning presented by Dr. Kristin Gagnier, Director of Dissemination, Translation, and Education
February 24th from 4:00-5:00 PM ET
Advancing Inclusion: How to Handle Microaggressions presented by AJ Nanayakkara, Founder and Executive Director Global Abilities Foundation, Former Accessibility Program Manager at the Johns Hopkins Health System
March 2nd, 9th and 16th from 4:30-6:00 PM ET
Improvising Communication presented by Tavish Forsyth, Founder & Education Director, Bird City Improv and Lecturer, Center for Leadership Education, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
March 17th and 24th from 4:00-5:00 PM ET
The Teaching and Scholarship of an Interdisciplinary Course: The Chemistry of Poisons presented by Drs. Alison J. Frontier, Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester and Daniel L. Austin, PharmD, MS, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmacy Practice, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy
April 8th from 4:00-5:15 PM ET
Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Improve your Teaching Effectiveness presented by Dr. Jennifer Callaghan-Koru, Assistant Professor of Public Health at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and affiliate faculty of the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; and Anushka Aqil (she/her), doctoral candidate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the Department of Health, Behavior and Society
April 13th, 20th and 27th from 4:00-5:15 PM ET
"Ungrading" Discussion Series presented by Michael McCreary, graduate student, Humanities, KSAS with special guest Susan Blum (editor of the book Ungrading) joining on 4/13
May 18th from 4:30-6:00 PM ET
Bias, Privilege & Allyship in Academia | Session 1 - Bias and Privilege in Academia: A Listening Session for Future Faculty facilitated by Jonathan J. Suen, AuD, PhD Candidate, School of Nursing
June 15 from 4:30-6:00 PM ET
Bias, Privilege & Allyship in Academia | Session 2 - How to be an Ally? facilitated by Ashley E. Cureton, PhD, Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow & Lecturer, School of Education; Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Department of Sociology; Center for Talented Youth
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 email@example.com. Participants expecting to earn Phase I credit are expected to actively participate for the duration of the workshop.