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Documenting your Teaching for Academic Job Applications

Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1-2:30 p.m.

ED-1001

Institutions seeking to fill an academic position, often require applicants to submit documentation describing their teaching. In this session, graduate students will receive advice about what documents to prepare and what evidence to collect to describe their teaching responsibility, goals, approaches, and effectiveness for potential employers.

This session is open to all graduate students at Memorial.

Please note: This session is an on-campus event. Students that are unable to attend in person who would like more information about this topic are encouraged to email Allyson directly for assistance. She can be reached at allyson.macneill[at]mun.ca.

Presented by Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Event Listing 2019-08-14 13:00:00 2019-08-14 14:30:00 America/St_Johns Documenting your Teaching for Academic Job Applications Institutions seeking to fill an academic position, often require applicants to submit documentation describing their teaching. In this session, graduate students will receive advice about what documents to prepare and what evidence to collect to describe their teaching responsibility, goals, approaches, and effectiveness for potential employers. This session is open to all graduate students at Memorial. Please note: This session is an on-campus event. Students that are unable to attend in person who would like more information about this topic are encouraged to email Allyson directly for assistance. She can be reached at allyson.macneill[at]mun.ca. ED-1001 Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning