You are invited to the upcoming SAGES Celebration of Teaching! During this event, each of the SAGES scholars will be presenting a poster to describe how they designed, implemented and assessed a novel teaching module in an undergraduate or graduate course using principles from the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, in collaboration with a faculty mentor. SAGES is a teaching development program designed for STEM graduate students.
We are very excited about the achievements of our second cohort of SAGES scholars and even more excited about our plans to expand the program during the upcoming year. We hope that you will be able to join us to learn more and engage with our scholars and instructors. We look forward to many lively discussions about teaching and learning!
These novel teaching modules have already made an impact in courses across campus and this event is a great way for everyone to learn more about the achievements of our SAGES scholars. The program team and instructors from the second cohort will also be available to help answer questions for students and faculty interested in participating in the third year of the program.
On behalf of Dr. Isabelle Barrette-Ng, senior instructor from the Department of Biological Sciences.
Light refreshments will be served.
Supported by seed funding from the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Teaching Scholars program and the Quality Money program from the Graduate Students Association.
Can't make it? Watch Dr. Barrette-Ng's keynote video about the SAGES Program from the 2018 Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.