Information meeting for Graduate Teacher Certificate Program set for Monday
October 29, 2015
Updates and information on the Graduate Teacher Certificate Program sponsored by the Purdue Teaching Academy to help prepare graduate students to teach and recognize their professional development efforts will be presented during an informational meeting at 1-2 p.m. Monday (Nov. 2) in the Hall for Discovery and Learning Research, Room 228C.
The Graduate Teacher Certificate Program is administered by the Center for Instructional Excellence on behalf of the Teaching Academy. The three-tiered program accommodates a wide range of graduate teaching experiences at Purdue.
CIE staff members will highlight updates to the program, including:
* A modular submission process for the graduate instructional development certificate (GIDC).
* A revised reflective writing rubric.
* Processes for requesting whether teaching orientations, teaching courses, and other activities meet certificate criteria.
General questions about the certificates and criteria will also be answered.
All administrators, faculty members, teaching assistants, and other members of the Purdue community interested in graduate student development are encouraged to attend. No registration is required, but seating is limited to 39. Attendance does not count toward certificate criteria.
For more information, contact Karen Neubauer, CIE assistant director of special projects, at firstname.lastname@example.org.