The Graduate Certificate in College Teaching is designed to enhance teaching effectiveness of graduate teaching assistants and provide marketable skills for graduate students wishing to seek employment in higher education as instructors.

    Participants
    • Master's Students
    • Doctoral Students
    • Professional Students
     
    Skills Emphasized
    • Backward-course design methodology
    • Fluency with a wide variety of instructional strategies
    • Planning, facilitation, and assessment for a college-level course
    • Reflective teaching practice
    • Ongoing professional development
    Services Offered
    • Graduate Certificate in College Teaching
    External Partners
    • No external partners identified.
    University Collaborations
    • Graduate College
    • Center for Teaching and Learning

     

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