Pedagogy and Professional Development Workshops for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

To assist graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in their instructional development, McGraw offers pedagogy workshops designed to enhance evolving understanding of teaching practices, and examine topics such as teaching interactively, encouraging participation, and best practices in teaching.  

Please browse the list of pedagogy workshops in the event calendar below, and following that please note our open pedagogy workshops, a specific type of pedagogy workshop offering the opportunity to engage in open self-paced modules.


Open Online Pedagogy Workshops

During this time of remote learning, we are also offering the opportunity to continue participation in McGraw pedagogy programs by completing specific online course modules from the two courses listed below and writing reflections for us. For each of the online course modules you complete and submit a reflection on, we will grant teaching transcript credit for one pedagogy workshop up to a total of three. After three, you are welcome to complete as many additional open online pedagogy workshops as you’d like and we will log them in your McGraw professional development portfolio, but they will not count toward completion of your Teaching Transcript.

Courses:

Inclusive Teaching: Supporting All Students in the College Classroom

Please note that the content of this edX course is available for free. Free access to the Inclusive Teaching course expires 6 weeks from the date of course enrollment, so you will need to complete any modules of interest to you from this course within 6 weeks. edX also offers you the option of paying for a “verified completion certificate,” but McGraw does not require anything more than the free content and your reflection to count for our program.

An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching

 

Use this open online pedagogy workshop reflection submission form to submit a reflection.

Questions? Contact Sarah Schwarz at sschwarz@princeton.edu.