Tuesday Teaching Talk (Thanksgiving Week)

Tuesday Teaching Talk is a regular feature which, as the name implies, is an opportunity to talk explicitly about teaching (and learning) in the practical and philosophical sense that happens on, you guessed it, Tuesday. It could be a question, an article or a tip to name a few options.

Quick advertisements…

1) Nominations for CAST coordinator are due by Monday 11/28.  Look here for more info.

2) Today is the CAST pedagogy subgroup’s monthly meeting at 2 in 1046

3) Next Friday, 12/2, join CAST for “Cookies and CAST” an informal gathering in 1046 starting around 10:30 a.m in which we grade, write exams, eat cookies and commiserate before the final week of the semester.

Now for today’s TTT.

It is Thanksgiving Week, so I’d like to thank you all for reading and rarely responding to the TTT’s this semester. 🙂

Here comes my cliche post of the semester.  I’m betting that there are many especially thankful faculty in our midsts, namely those who just submitted their 1st, 2nd and final portfolios (or post tenure if that’s due now).  Congrats!.  Besides that, what are you thankful for with respect to your teaching at HW?  In the quiet, thoughtful moments what is it about your time/life at HW that you’re truly thankful for?

Have a nice little break before the end of another speedy semester.  Gobble, gobble!

4 thoughts on “Tuesday Teaching Talk (Thanksgiving Week)

  1. Oooh. I just checked out 1046 for the first time in a week. We’ve got artwork in here now. Many thanks are in order for Paul Wandless and Vanessa Smith for making this happen. It really gives the room a nice feel.

  2. I’m thankful for working with a bunch of dedicated faculty.
    I’m thankful that mathissexy continues to post on Tuesdays for all of us to read.

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