Managing Challenging Teaching Situations

November 7, 2017 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Location:422 Dunton Tower
Audience:Current Students

In this hands-on, case-based training session, participants will work in groups to strategize effective ways for managing challenging teaching situations inside and outside the classroom. A panel of experts with representatives from the Paul Menton Centre, Equity Services, and the International Student Services Office will be on hand to guide teams on the principles of creating safe, inclusive, fair teaching practices when faced with a range of challenging situations.

All graduate students are welcome.

Instructors: Ikram Jama, Equity Services; Boris Vukovnic, Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities; and Maria Walt, International Student Services Office

Registration in advance is mandatory. If you are a current TA, please visit the TA system in Carleton Central to register and receive credit toward your paid training hours. If you are not a TA, please email the instructors (email addresses above) to register. For more information, please contact, 613-520-4433.

If you have registered and can no longer make it, it is extremely important that you deregister. Please email the instructors to free up your spot or deregister on Carleton Central.