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Microteaching Symposium - Part I

This event is part of series:

April 6, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Center for Teaching and Learning

There’s no substitute for practice when it comes to developing teaching skills. The Microteaching Symposium is your chance to learn evidence-based, inclusive teaching strategies and get practice and feedback running a classroom activity. Gain insights into how people learn and how to design activities accordingly during this special event.

**This is a two part workshop, taking place on April 6th and April 8th**

Microteaching Symposium - Part I: Tuesday, April 6, 4:00pm –5:30pm PT

Participate: Learn how to create a learning activity

Please note: Attendance at the April 6th workshop is a prerequisite for participation in the April 8th workshop. We encourage you to attend both workshops, but you can also attend the April 6th workshop on its own.


Homework: Complete before Microteaching Symposium - Part II

Design: Create a learning activity with a teammate from another discipline


Microteaching Symposium - Part II: Thursday, April 8, 4:00pm–6:00pm PT

Teach: Implement the learning activity with peers and get feedback

Please note: Thursday participants must attend the prior Tuesday session and complete the homework assignment.

This program counts toward the Postdoc Teaching Certificate

For questions and accommodations, please contact Amanda Modell at

Co-sponsored by the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and the Center for Teaching and Learning