Introduction to College Teaching, Designing
Your Own Course, and Introduction to Online and Hybrid Teaching are designed to
help prepare doctoral students to become faculty members. The scholarship of
teaching and learning, including pedagogical skills, will be a major focus of
the courses. Some readings will be required, along with attendance and
participation. These 0-credit courses will appear on the student's transcript,
but incur no additional fees. The courses are not graded and meet during the
first 12 weeks of the semester.
(S) Introduction to College Teaching (0)
Enhances graduate students'
understanding of the contemporary college and university classroom and higher
education in the United States. This course will help to prepare students for their multiple roles as future faculty.
Enrollment is limited to doctoral students.
(S) Designing Your Own Course (0)
Students will be guided through the process of designing a
course, including developing a syllabus, assignments, rubrics, and plans for
Prerequisite: Open to doctoral students who have successfully completed 16:186:855 or who have at least two semesters of college teaching experience at Rutgers.
(S) Introduction to Online and Hybrid Teaching (0)
The theoretical, pedagogical, and practical issues involved
in teaching online and hybrid courses will be discussed and taught in a hybrid
format. Students will develop an online course syllabus and review the various
technological options and platforms available.
Prerequisite: Open to doctoral students who have successfully completed either 16:186:855 or 856 or who have at least two semesters of college teaching experience at Rutgers.