The following table shows GCCI-eligible electives that are offered in fall 2020. You can see also view the spreadsheet here. Course Title Time Offered Description EDCI 5875 Multicultural Education (3 credits) 2 sections, one online; one Wed, 4:40-7:40pm Interrelationships between education and various sociocultural aspects of cultural diversity and cultural pluralism, including language acquisition and […]
In light of the pandemic, the Graduate Certificate in College Instruction has extended the application deadline for fall 2020 entrance until April 10th, 2020. (original date was April 1, 2020). The Graduate Certificate in College Instruction aims to provide students with opportunities to develop knowledge and skills useful in their current and future careers as teaching professionals […]
Graduate students enrolled in GRAD 6000 as well as all UConn graduate students and post-docs are welcome to attend our spring teaching seminars. Seminars are offered from 1:25pm-3:20pm in McHugh Hall room 109 on the Storrs Campus unless otherwise noted. See the list of offerings and registration links below: 2/14 (*Thursday seminar*): Bringing Play into your Class […]
The following are the course descriptions and times for eligible GCCI electives offered in spring 2019. Note that we may update this list as additional electives come to our attention. There may be courses within your discipline on teaching that could be eligible to count toward the certificate.
Graduate students enrolled in GRAD 6000 as well as all UConn graduate students and post-docs are welcome to attend our fall teaching seminars. Seminars are offered from 1:25pm-3:20pm in MONT 226 on the Storrs Campus unless otherwise noted. See the list of offerings and registration links below: 9/14 The Actor’s Tools and How They Can […]
Course registration is open for fall! Below, in the Excel sheet, we’ve collected GCCI-eligible electives that are offered this fall 2018.
What if? Creating a Space for Possibility Thinking in the University Classroom In this talk, Ron Beghetto will discuss how the University classroom serves as an ideal setting for faculty and students to engage in possibility thinking — bridging the gap between current knowledge and future possibilities. Prof. Beghetto will highlight how instructors can establish […]
The Graduate Certificate in College Instruction will host a virtual information session on Tuesday, 3/20/18, from 6:45pm-7:15pm ahead of the April 1, 2018 application deadline for fall 2018 admission. To sign up, email the program’s Graduate Assistant, Kristi Kaeppel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching at Teaching Intensive Institutions Conference Friday , October 6th – 9:00am-3:00pm Westfield State University, Scanlon Hall, Westfield, MA Many faculty enjoy rewarding careers at colleges and universities that primarily emphasize teaching, including liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and regional comprehensive universities. This free one-day regional conference brings together graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to […]
Grad 6001 students and other graduate students interested in developing their competence in college instruction are invited to register for our fall 2017 college teaching seminars. All seminars are on Fridays from 1:30pm-3:30pm in Oak 111 on the Storrs Campus. Click on the links below to register and read the seminar description. 9/22: Active Learning […]