Teaching in Large Classes

From our colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development . . .

If you have been involved or plan to be involved in teaching large classes, you may be especially interested in this session led by two veteran faculty: Dr. Lisa Bullard and Dr. Kay Sandberg. They are going to share their experiences working with large classes and facilitate discussion about issues that arise in large classes such as achieving community within the class, engaging students, assessing students and providing feedback, and tips on class logistics.

We hope you will join us and invite your colleagues and teaching assistants.

Register here: http://fs22.formsite.com/OFDNCSU/WorksshpRegistration/indexhtml

Details:

What We’ve Learned from Teaching Large Classes: Lessons Learned from the Trenches

Dr. Kay Sandberg, Associate Teaching Professor, Chemistry
Dr. Lisa Bullard, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Friday, January 21, 12:00-1:30 PM
Talley Blue Room
For more information: http://www.ncsu.edu/faculty-development/events/spring-2011/sandberg-bullard-large-classes.html