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Forty-four Notre Dame Graduate Student Teaching Assistants (TAs) have been named as the recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award. Created to recognize graduate student instructors and TAs who demonstrate commitment to exceptional teaching in lectures, seminars, labs, and across the academic profession, the Graduate School and the Kaneb Center for Teaching and […]

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Metaphorically, if each student has a bucket that he or she progressively fills with knowledge throughout the semester while learning in your course, is it not important for that student to keep the contents of that bucket even after the course is over?  Undoubtedly, most instructors would shudder at the idea of students walking out […]

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In her recent two-part workshop series, Amy Buchmann–a Graduate Associate of the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning–discussed some of the fundamentals of course design.  An integrated course design (Fink, 2003) has three primary elements: (1) learning goals, (2) feedback and assessment, and (3) teaching and learning activities. Figure 1. Integrated course design model. Fink, […]

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