Teaching Techniques to Save You Time and Energy

Teaching Techniques to Save You Time and Energy

September 24, 2018
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Teaching can be the most rewarding part of academic life, but it can also be the most time consuming. From preparing lectures and class activities to grading, tracking attendance, and answering emails, teaching often takes more time and energy than we can afford to give it.

This is especially true if we are to keep up the research schedules demanded by graduate school, the job market, or the tenure track. How can we complete our teaching tasks efficiently without shortchanging our students or ourselves?

Teaching Techniques to Save You Time and Energy

In this webinar, Dr. Kate Drabinski offers techniques to save time when teaching while keeping the pleasures and principles of pedagogy intact as we give our best to our students.

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