While most graduate students have experience teaching small groups in a precept or a lab, the opportunity to lecture at the front of the room in a big class is rare. In this 5-part series participants first engage with research on student learning as a framework for designing effective lectures. In subsequent weeks they then design their own lectures and present them for feedback to fellow graduate student teachers and McGraw pedagogy consultants. In the final session of the series, Princeton faculty known for their excellence as teachers discuss their approaches to the craft of lecturing and respond to questions. The program is scheduled to begin with the start of the spring semester.