GRAD 8200: Teaching and Learning Topics in Higher Education
GRAD 8200 topics courses offer students a focused exploration of topics related to teaching and learning in higher education. These one-credit courses have a typical workload of approximately fifty hours across the semester.
GRAD 8200: Teaching for Learning: An Online Course
This web-based course is a one-credit version of content covered in GRAD 8101. Using a case study approach, you will work through scenarios that feature characters who face professional and personal challenges very similar to those faced by instructors teaching in higher education. Resources and assignments enable you to expand your skills as a learning-centered instructor. Topics include syllabus design, grading, dealing with difficult student situations, and balancing multiple roles.
- This course meets entirely online
- Fall 2019: Section 1, Course #33759
- Sample Teaching for Learning syllabus
- Please contact Bill Rozaitis with questions
This online seminar is designed for current and future higher education instructors. The seminar brings together higher education professionals to learn, share, and develop strategies for cultivating learning and teaching practices that support a broad range of learners.
As an open seminar, you may opt to enroll for course credit or to enroll as a participant who will earn a certificate of participation for engaging in seminar discussions and activities. Participants enrolled for course credit will complete all forum discussion and three of four pedagogical activities to earn an “A”; those enrolled to complete a certificate will participate in all discussion and will select two activities to complete (the equivalent of a “B” grade).