GC: Planning and Managing a Class
During their academic careers, many graduate students are assigned teaching roles. Whether teaching as an assistant or the instructor of record, knowing how to plan and manage a class is important. These skills help you make the best use of your resources and offer students a structured and rewarding experience. Several pedagogical techniques can support your planning and management of attendance, lectures, activities, and assignments. By attending this workshop, you will learn some of these techniques and how to use them in in-person and online teaching environments.
By participating in this workshop, you will:
- Learn how to structure class meetings and manage their meeting time
- Learn how to anticipate and respond to common classroom management concerns
- Learn about course learning objectives and how to align them with program objectives
- Learn how to use classroom management tools on popular videoconferencing platforms (Google Meet, Webex, and Zoom)
- Learn how to schedule and make announcements to your class via WebCampus
The Grad Academy Pillars: Teaching, Career Prep
The Grad Academy Program: GTC
Learning Experience: Lecture
Lifecycle Stage: Mid-Late Master’s, Mid-Late Doctoral
- Ted Weisman, Embedded Instructional Technologist, Office of Online Education
This workshop is open to UNLV students. Please log in to your Grad Rebel Gateway account and click on The Grad Academy tab to RSVP for this workshop.