Courses

Winter 20194-week seminarMarch 6 - 27, 2019Wednesdays 1:30 PM – 3:30 PMInstructor: Dr. Gorana MišićThis seminar explores leading research and exemplary practices regarding how scholars can facilitate inquiry-based, student-centered discussions at the core of university teaching. It addresses questions about what...
Instructor: Gorana Misic
Credits: 1.0
This course provides an important intellectual and practical grounding for your work, first as a teaching assistant, and later as an independent scholar and teacher or other professional in the field. The course runs for 12 weeks from the end of September to mid December and engages you in discussion, collaboration,...
Instructor: Helga Dorner, Gorana Misic
Credits: 3.0
Podcasting in academia has the potential to be radically open. If done right,podcasting allows students to expand the contours of their learning, not onlypushing their teachers to rethink and re-articulate their lessons, but also giving apublic voice to the type of questions that those too deeply immersed in...
Instructor: Ian Cook
Credits: 1.0
Internationalization and growing accessibility of higher education effectively turn universities into more and more diverse learning environments. Whether you teach in your home country or abroad, it is likely that you will face a diverse or even a global classroom. Diversity comes in many forms from cultural, social...
Instructor: Margaryta Rymarenko
Credits: 1.0