by Holly Genovese Holly Genovese is a Ph.D. student in American Studies at UT Austin, with graduate portfolios in both Black Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Her work focuses on African American aesthetic resistance to incarceration in the … [Read more...] about Ableism and the “Post-Pandemic” Rollback of Extensions
The Zoom Teaching Demo: Eight Guideposts
By Katherine Dugan, Ph.D. Professor Katherine (Kate) Dugan is our Professor Is In staff specialist on teaching demos. You can work with her individually on all aspects of your teaching demo, from concept to planning to delivery. Just email us at … [Read more...] about The Zoom Teaching Demo: Eight Guideposts
How to Describe a Course in an Interview, For Realz! We Mean It!
Here is the link to my book. Find the pertinent info on describing a course on page 208-210. Here is the blog post link, How to Describe a Course … [Read more...] about How to Describe a Course in an Interview, For Realz! We Mean It!
Five Tips for a Successful Teaching Demonstration (Learned From Failure)
________________________________________________________ I'm delighted to introduce our second guest post on the Teaching Demo by Katherine Dugan. See her first post on the Teaching Demo here. Katherine is now offering individual Teaching … [Read more...] about Five Tips for a Successful Teaching Demonstration (Learned From Failure)
The Teaching Demonstration: 3 Goals
by Katherine Dugan Katherine Dugan is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Springfield College in Massachusetts. She earned her PhD in Religious Studies from Northwestern University in 2015 and spent two years on the job market before her current … [Read more...] about The Teaching Demonstration: 3 Goals