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GRDSCH 200 Preparing for Graduate Education (2)
Explores graduate education and its structure and organization. Students use interactive assignments, individual reflective work, and professional portfolio development to explore their preparation for graduate education, and develop strategies for pursing graduate school. Credit/no-credit only.
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GRDSCH 525 Interactive Theater as Pedagogy (3)
Students build skills in social change interactive theater to challenge institutional oppression, advance community dialogue, and promote inclusive educational environments. Emphasizes political education; storytelling; collaborative playwriting; rehearsal of plays and interventions; discussion; and self-reflection. Culminates in student-organized, public interactive theater performance and dialogue workshops. Previous acting experience not required.
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GRDSCH 610 Teaching Mentorship (3, max. 6)
Individualized project, under the direction of a faculty member, focused on issues of teaching and learning at the college/university level and designed to enhance the student's ability to make innovative contributions in teaching. Prerequisite: permission of faculty member, graduate program coordinator, and the Associate Dean of the Graduate School. Credit/no-credit only.
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GRDSCH 615 Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant Preparation (1-6, max. 6)
Instruction and teaching, learning, research, and resources for teaching and research assistants. Credit/no-credit only.
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GRDSCH 620 Teaching Mentorship Seminar (2)
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GRDSCH 630 Special Topics in College/University Teaching (2, max. 6)
Interdisciplinary discussion of topics related to college/university teaching, with an emphasis on innovative teaching and preparing for faculty careers. Designed to address topics across disciplines, as a complement to discipline-specific courses offered in departments. Credit/no-credit only.
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GRDSCH 637 Microaggressions: Living Just Relationships (1)
Engages students as co-creators of our learning environment. Guest presentations, facilitated discussions, small group work, and other dynamic learning. Examines the nature and impact of microaggressions. Also, helps to gain skills to promote dialogue and to intervene with just acts. Credit/no-credit only.
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