As a future academic job candidate, you may be required to include a “teaching statement“ or “statement of teaching philosophy“ in your applications. But how do you begin writing a teaching statement, and how do you keep it from becoming cheesy or inauthentic? Attend this hands-on workshop to learn concrete strategies for creating a statement of teaching philosophy that is persuasive and professional. Led by Stephanie White, PhD, Instructional Developer at the Centre for Teaching Excellence.
What's your employer's problem? And how you can use this knowledge for career success?
Learn from Larry Smith (Director of The Problem Lab, Adjunct Associate Professor of Economics, Author, TED Speaker) as he demonstrates how to identify the challenges your employer is facing, and how this makes you a promotable employee. Applicable to students of all disciplines. You'll receive a pre-workshop questionnaire by email that will allow this workshop to be tailored to student needs.