College Teaching Seminar Series: Building a Foolproof Syllabus and Measuring Student Success

Wednesday, February 21st 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Graduate School Conference Room, Old Computer Science Building

  • Building a Fool-Proof Syllabus
    • Developing a class outline/syllabus
    • Identifying your audience (discipline/topic/age, etc)
    •  Creating learning outcomes
    • Creating realistic expectations for yourself and your students
  • Measuring Student Progress
    • Course alignment
    • Developing appropriate assessments/measures
    • Grading
    •  Determining breadth vs. depth in covering course material

Faciltated by Radha Ganesan, Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science 

Audience: Postdocs and Teaching Assistants