Helping Women Achieve in Academic Science

Teaching Well

Having just returned from a conference devoted to good teaching practices has got me thinking about the first time I taught and lessons to be passed along. So, the next couple posts will be devoted to teaching. There are a lot of good resources out there, and that is part of the issue. There are too many! How can you possible read them all the distill the best practices. Further, with all the other stuff as part of this job that you don’t know about, how can you get the biggest bang for your buck time-wise?

Luckily, there are a number of ways to do this. So, let’s start a dialog here for a couple posts. All the other educational sages out there, please comment and guest post!

Comments on: "Teaching Well" (1)

  1. Heather Walling said:

    That sounds like fun. I went to an on-campus teaching conference at the end of last semester and learned lots of tips (too bad I’m already forgetting those that I didn’t take notes on). It was very energizing. It was so nice to be in an environment — even for a short amount of time — where the focus was on teaching.

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