Teaching & Learning Seminar Series
The Science of Learning
For GSIs, IAs, and Postdoctoral Fellows.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Rooms
In this workshop, we will summarize key findings on how people learn, and connect them to practical implications for teaching. Through interactive activities based on the science of learning, you will investigate teaching strategies you can use to optimize learning for all of your students.
Aerospace Engineering (AERO)
Applied Physics Program (APP)
Biomedical Engineering (BME)
Chemical Engineering (CHE)
Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE)
Climate & Space Sciences & Engineering (CLASP)
Computer Engineering, Undergraduate (CE)
Computer Science, Undergraduate Engineering (CS-Eng)
Computer Science, Undergraduate LSA (CS-LSA)
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
Data Science, Undergraduate (DS-Eng)
Electrical Engineering, Undergraduate (EE)
Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE)
Global Operations (EGL)
Industrial & Operations Engineering (IOE)
Macromolecular Science & Engineering (MACRO)
Materials Science & Engineering (MSE)
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering (NAME)
Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences (NERS)
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