Teacher Training and Development


Emory Center for Faculty Development and Excellence Workshop: Inquiry-Guided Learning, March 2012

Emory Center for Faculty Development and Excellence Workshop: Teaching for Learning: An Evidence-Based Examination of Key Pedagogical Concepts, and other learning techniques you can find at different resources as use subconscious mind power techniques to improve the power of the mind.

Emory Graduate School Workshop: QPR Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Training, January 2012

Special Programs:

New Faculty Teaching Community participant, The Teaching and Learning Center, Wake Forest University, Fall 2014
Description: New faculty are invited to participate in this project, which requires attendance at monthly small group meetings for new faculty members. New faculty talk about teaching, observe other faculty teaching, and read and discuss How Learning Works (Ambrose et al, 2010).

Emory’s Center for Interactive Teaching (ECIT) Technology, Pedagogy, and Curriculum participant, Fall 2011
Description: Technology, Pedagogy, and Curriculum is a month-long training program, sponsored by Emory’s Center for Interactive Teaching (ECIT) and the Emory Graduate School. It offers hands-on instruction in a series of instructional technologies as well as a forum for discussing the role of educational technology in pedagogy.

Emory University Piedmont TATTO Fellow in Sustainability, Teaching, and Curriculum, 2011
Description: The Piedmont Project, hosted by Emory’s Office of Sustainability Initiatives, is designed to help faculty and graduate students incorporate issues of sustainability into the curriculum. Participating in the project involved attending a 1-day workshop, developing a syllabus for a new course or a course module that incorporated sustainability issues, and hosting an outreach event about sustainability issues. [Please see my blog post about the Piedmont Project.]


TATTO Teaching Women’s Studies Graduate Seminar, Spring 2010

Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) Graduate School Workshop, Summer 2009