Facilitated by Sheridan Teaching Consultants, this workshop discusses the differences between types of feedback (summative and formative), ways to provide feedback to students, and strategies for challenges encountered when giving feedback.
Please register here.
In this session facilitated by Stephen Bush, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, participants will discuss strategies for teaching sensitive material or artwork that may elicit strong reactions from students. Taking Andy Warhol’s work, Race Riot, as a starting point, participants will explore ways to help students critically reflect in writing, perform visual analysis, and engage in challenging discussions. Space is limited, please register here.
Friday, November 9, 12:00-1:30pm, 520 in the Sciences Library
This fall, the Writing Center has launched a new Dissertation
Workshop Series for graduate students. The next workshop in the series,
led by Dr. Stacy Kastner, the Associate Director of the Writing Center and
Writing Support Programs, will focus on literature reviews, specifically on
unpacking the rhetorical and epistemological dimensions of the literature
review as a method of scholarly socialization for graduate students.
In this session facilitated by Patricia Sobral, Distinguished Senior Lecturer in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, participants will explore strategies for teaching with art and objects in their courses. Through engaging with the RISD Museum’s Phantom of Liberty exhibit, participants will learn ways to help students feel included in museum spaces and practice observational skills. Space is limited; please register here.