Princeton teaching week
Friday, March 1 - Thursday, March 7
A new initiative from the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Princeton Teaching Week will focus attention on the University's commitment to the advancement of teaching and learning. The week of programs will highlight new curricular pathways, the range and variety of pedagogical methods, and the engagement of students in varied forms of learning. Faculty and graduate students from across the disciplines will open their classrooms to other faculty and graduate students for observation and reflection.
Opening Event: Making and Remaking Teaching and Learning at Princeton
Conversations with faculty participating in curricular innovations and service and experiential learning
Friday, March 1, 1:30-5:00 p.m. in Betts Auditorium
RSVP to reserve a seat.
1:30 Welcome and Introduction
Sanjeev Kulkarni, Dean of the Faculty
1:45 Making and Remaking the Discipline
Asif Ghazanfar, PSY and NEU
Eddie Glaude Jr., REL and AAS
Andrew Houck, ELE
3:00 Making and Remaking the Classroom
Nathan Arrington, ART
Rachael DeLue, ART and AMS
Heather Howard, WWS
Jeffrey Whetstone, LCA
4:00 Cocktail Reception
2019 Program: Please see the schedule of events for Princeton Teaching Week.