October 23 workshop on writing a teaching philosophy for academic positions

By Kyle Crocco, Writing Peer
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 09:24 AM

If you're ​applying for a teaching-​focused academic job, you will almost certainly be asked to provide a teaching philosophy. ​So what is it and how do you even begin to describe your own philosophy?

The Graduate Student Resource Center ​will host a handy workshop ​to answer ​these and other rhetorical questions.

In this workshop, we will look at ​​teaching philosophy examples and ​ask the hard questions that will help you ​figure out what your own philosophy is. The workshop is open to all UCSB graduate students and postdocs, but enrollment is limited to 15 per workshop, so please RSVP.

This workshop is ​similar to the Instructional Development workshop.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy

Time: ​​Monday, October 23, ​11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Place: Student Resource Building, Room 1103

Food: Snack materials will be provided to fortify you

RSVP: Writing ​Advisor Kyle Crocco at kyle.crocco@graddiv.ucsb.edu so we have the right amount of snackage.

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