Designing an Effective Syllabus: A Workshop for Graduate Students and Post-Docs

Students

Monday, February 25, 2019 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
408 Panama Mall, Basement Room 001

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Presenters:    

Tim Randazzo, Director of Graduate Teaching and Peer Learning Programs, Center for Teaching and Learning, VPTL

Alyson Melzer, PhD candidate, Department of Classics

The ability to create an effective syllabus is critical to the development of a successful course, and it is also important in the academic job search and your future academic position. In this workshop, we will discuss the process of developing a learning-centered syllabus that articulates your course objectives and sets a positive tone for learning. We will also analyze examples of real syllabi during the workshop.

Questions? Contact Tim Randazzo at randazzo@stanford.edu.

Sponsors

Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning