Workshops, Seminars & Events

Fall 2017

September

  • September 8: Writing Effective Reference Letters for Student Fellowships

October

  • October 6: The Lunch Spot 
  • October 13: Mandatory Orientation for New McGill Supervisors
  • October 16: Designing Effective Multiple Choice Questions

November

  • November 6: Short Written Assignments

  • November 6: Supervisory Alliance in Graduate Supervision

  • November 20: Clarifying Expectations in Graduate Supervision
  • Webinars: Simple strategies to improve student learning (November 21 & December 13)

December

  • December 7: Engage your Students in Class with Online Polling
  • December 11 & 14: Course Design Workshop
  • December 13: Webinar - Simple Strategies to Improve Student Learning

 

Winter 2018

March

  • Strategies to Engage Students in their Learning (details to be confirmed)

April

  • Assessment and Feedback Brown Bag Session (details to be confirmed)

Spring 2018

May

  • May 14 & 17: Course Design Workshop
  • Designing Successful Peer Assessment Assignments (details to be confirmed)
  • Strategies to Engage Students in their Learning (details to be confirmed)
  • Mandatory Orientation for New McGill Supervisors (details to be confirmed)

June

  • Feedback Strategies: Engaging Students in Dialogue (details to be confirmed)
  • The Research Paper: Engaging Students with the Writing Process (details to be confirmed)
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