IAP 2001 Activity
Better Teaching @ MIT
Dr. Lori Beslow
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Exciting innovations and changes are happening in MIT education. If you would like to learn about them--as well as learn how to improve your own teaching--come join us for the "Better Teaching @ MIT" workshops. We'll talk about incorporating active learning into your classroom, using new
educational technologies, getting feedback from students to strengthen your courses, and other topics. Workshops are open to all members of the MIT community who are interested in educational issues.
Contact: Cindy Dernay Tervalon, E53-410, x3-3371, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Teaching and Learning Lab
Tech's Top Teachers Talk Turkey
Dr. Lori Breslow, Moderator
This year's Better Teaching series kicks off with a session at which some of MIT's best Teachers will spill the beans on how they made their names as "Tech's Top Teachers."
Wed Jan 24, 02-04:00pm, 9-151
Dr. Lori Beslow
Do you want to create a classroom environment that encourages student questioning, argument, and real-time experimentation? This session will look at ways to get students talking, doing things, and learning both from you and one another.
Thu Jan 25, 02-04:00pm, 9-151
Assessment: Using Classroom Reseach to Improve Teaching
Dr. John Newman
Mon Jan 29, 02-04:00pm, 9-151
Whose Class Is It Anyway? Improvisation Skills for Instruction
Dr. Miriam Diamond
Teaching would be a lot easier if every class session could be scripted in advance. However, instructing and interacting with students often involves quick thinking, flexibility, and the ability to respond to the unexpected. The capacity to listen, concentrate on several dynamics at the same time and work in a team environment may be called upon, as well. In this session, we discuss and demonstrate how improvisational acting exercises can help faculty and TA's develop skills to enhance teaching effectiveness. Please come prepared to participate!
Tue Jan 30, 02-04:00pm, 9-151
Using MIT's New Educational Technologies
A slew of educational technologies, from websites to simulations to on-line tutoring, are changing the face of education at MIT. Come learn how these technologies can help you and the students whom you teach.
Wed Jan 31, 02-04:00pm, 9-151
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