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Mentored Discussions of Teaching Applications Due December 15

Observe and meet with faculty to discuss their approaches to teaching and learning through Mentored Discussions of Teaching (MDT), a flexible quarter-long program offered through CIRTL at Northwestern.

  • This quarter-long program is flexible and designed to accommodate the busy lives of graduate students and postdocs
  • Apply here by Sunday, December 15 to participate
  • If there is enough interest, meetings will be held on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses

Program Description: Mentored Discussions of Teaching (MDT) is a quarter-long program where STEM and social science graduate students and postdocs learn about and discuss teaching and learning in their disciplines.

Participants are paired with a faculty mentor to meet with and observe several sessions of their course. Participants also attend three group meetings where they discuss literature about teaching and learning and share their perspectives from their teaching observations. More information about the program requirements and meeting dates can be found on the program website. Please direct any questions to Lauren Woods (Assistant Director, CIRTL at Northwestern).

Categories: STEM