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How to Craft a Teaching Philosophy  

October 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm



         How to Craft a Teaching Philosophy

Stephen A. Hines

Steve Hines, Associate Dean for Teaching & Learning; Professor Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology


This –VIRTUAL– event is free for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as for faculty

In this workshop, you will learn how to communicate your scholarly approach to teaching and commitment to student learning (including inclusion and diversity) in a teaching philosophy suitable for academic job applications.


This event is part of the Symposium to Support Graduate Students as Teachers. See the full schedule below:

10:00 – 11: 15 am — Activate your teaching with small steps: Simple approaches to incorporate active learning into your classroom

11:15 – 12:15 pm — Writing Measurable Student Learning Outcomes

12:45 – 01: 45pm — From class projects to programs: Developing and using assessments to measure student progress

01:45 – 03:00 pm — I am a TA—How can I support students from underrepresented communities in my class?

03:00 – 04:30 pm — How to Craft a Teaching Philosophy

**These events will be offered via Zoom only 

Please register for this virtual Symposium by clicking the link below. The PDI will email you a web link before the event.



October 9
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm