Seminar on Hybrid College Teaching: EDU 398
The Seminar on Hybrid College Teaching (EDU 398) is an interactive course designed to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars develop essential skills for effective instruction in hybrid college-level courses. If you plan to teach online in your career, this course provides you with core skills based on foundational and emerging research-based practices on how students learn. Students engage with classmates in thought-provoking discussions and activities about the implementation of pedagogical techniques in a hybrid classroom setting. Activities and topics will include:
- examining how students learn in hybrid settings
- articulating course outcomes
- applying principles of online course design
- aligning learning activities to meet course outcomes
- scaffolding instruction to support learning
- implementing active learning in the hybrid classroom
- creating meaningful and transparent assignments
- establishing an inclusive and equitable learning environment
- designing and participating in micro-teaching sessions
Credit and Certificate
The Seminar on Hybrid College Teaching is open to graduate students and postdocs. Graduate students should register for two units of credit. Postdocs can also participate and complete all seminar requirements without registering for credit. Participants who complete all course requirements will earn a certificate of completion that can be included on your curriculum vitae and in your teaching portfolio.
2019-2020 Seminar in College Teaching Course Offerings
The Seminar on College Teaching will be offered during the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 quarters. Enrollment is limited; please register early.