RSVP Form Teaching Large Classes August 22, 2013
Are you teaching a class with more than 40 students? Queens College is offering an increasing number of large classes with some classes exceeding 200 students. This trend is only likely to increase. Teaching these large number of students presents a challenging and exciting set of issues.

This workshop will look at some of these issues and provide some practical solutions you can start applying in your classroom. In addition, we will provide tips on class administration and have a participant directed discussion of issues that will also serve as the basis of future workshops.

See more at: http://teachlearn.commons.gc.cuny.edu/?page_id=1814

Light refreshments will be served.

Date: <strong>August 22, 2013 </strong>
Time: <strong>1:30- 3:30pm </strong>
Location: <strong>Razran 360 </strong>

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Department *
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Do you teach first year freshman or transfer students? *
Light refreshments will be served. Do you have any dietary restriction?
Please fill out the following survey
Please answer the following questions as a part of your registration to assist in the development of this and ongoing workshops about large classroom teaching. Many questions are general questions however some relate specifically to class you have or are currently teaching. When necessary, select one of the large classes you have or are teaching to answer the following questions.
How large are the large classes you have taught? (select all that apply)
What technology do you use for your large classes? (select all that apply)
If you use Blackboard to support your teaching, which features do you use?
Which of the following topics would you be most interested in learning more about? (select all that apply)
What do you hope to get out of this workshop?
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What support or resources would most help you teach the large classes?
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What are your biggest concerns regarding teaching large classes?
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