Events of Interest for CHOP Research Trainees
“Active Learning: Practical Tools & Techniques for Engaging Students”
March 20, 2014
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (pizza at 11:45 a.m.)
Speaker: Michael Y. Brenner, Ed.D.
Thinking about adding some teaching experience to your current skill set? Looking to enhance a few favorite instructional techniques? Join us for a high energy, interactive session in which you’ll explore creative teaching strategies you can apply to a variety of educational situations. Professional speaker, consultant, and educator Michael Brenner will share his top tools and techniques for developing active learning experiences that engage students and make an impact, no matter what course you’re teaching.
Sponsored by the Offices of Responsible Research Training and Postdoctoral Affairs.
The Postdoc Seminar Series is an hour-long session, offered on a bi-monthly basis during the academic year to CHOP postdoctoral fellows. The series includes a combination of peer scientific presentations and professional development topics included identifying funding opportunities, grant writing, scientific writing, communications skills, networking skills, career progression from postdoc to faculty, and alternate careers in science.