Workshop - New York City, United States
This interactive full- day workshop will focus on the components of the teaching philosophy statement and effective learning strategies that should be incorporated into your statement. Each session of the workshop will be structured around a short hands-on activity conducted in small groups. As a participant you will take notes on the different components of a teaching statement during each session, and the workshop will culminate by combining your notes into a teaching statement draft, which will then be reviewed by your peers.
Effectively summarizing your STEM teaching experiences and philosophy into a powerful document that can be used by employers and colleagues to understand your teaching style?
Learning about effective STEM teaching strategies and how you can relate and incorporate these strategies into your own philosophy?
Learning about the future directions of STEM education in the United States and how these changes will alter the expectations on science teachers?
(Courtesy of New York Academy of Sciences, via starrynightlights.com)
Sat, Nov 09, 2013 - Sat, Nov 09, 2013
New York Academy of Sciences
250 Greenwich Street, 40th Floor, New York City, United States
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