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Apr 25 - Mar 08, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Online
CIRTL
Faculty Knowledge Essentials, Pedagogy: How people learn

Teaching-As-Research Presentation Session

Present your completed TAR project and hear from others in this All-Network presentation session as dozens of TAR practitioners from across the nation share their teaching-as-research findings. Take this opportunity to showcase your accomplishments!
 
Speakers: Everyone who has completed a TAR project this year is invited to present their work. Click here to register to present.
 
Speaker instructions: This session is designed to foster discussion about TAR projects. Using this slide template, presenters should offer a basic overview of their projects, leaving most of the session for Q&A. 
  • Your project title and research question
  • A summary of project design or research methods 
  • A summary of a piece of your results and the implications of those findings. 

Common questions to prepare for include: What's been surprising in your research thus far? Where have the biggest challenges and obstacles been, and how have you overcome them? What do you wish you had known when you began your project?

Participant instructions: Bring questions! This session is as much about your questions as it is about current TAR projects. This session is a resource for grad students as they begin - or think about beginning - your TAR projects, as well as for postdocs and faculty looking to strengthen TAR programming at their own campuses.