Teaching skills for the PhD student

20 February 2013, 14:00 - 16:00

Speakers:
Dr Corinne Lennox (ICwS)
Organised by:
School of Advanced Study
Event Type:
Research Training
Venue:
Room 264 (Senate House, second floor)
Venue Details:

Senate House
Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU

Description

This session will explore the issues for the doctoral student engaged in teaching seminars or classes in their own department or external institution. It will examine the skills that are necessary, and identify strategies for the researcher as teacher: how to manage research with teaching; planning a class; managing assessment; identifying and dealing with student needs; organising material, and keeping records; team-teaching; moving to the first academic position.

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