Teaching Assistants' Training Program

Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation, 130 St. George Street, Robarts Library, 4th floor

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Making Your Syllabus Work for You and Your Students

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Date:
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
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2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Blackburn Room, Robarts Library 4th Floor – ELECTIVE

Sandy Carpenter, TATP Course Instructor Coordinator
Lauren Norman, TATP Sciences Trainer

In the university setting, a syllabus can be the primary means of communicating course objectives as well as instructor expectations. A well-crafted syllabus ensures that students understand the essential requirements for participating and succeeding in a course. But how do we put it all together? How do we make a syllabus that is a clear, meaningful, and accessible resource for our students?

This session will highlight elements that can make a syllabus a learning tool for your course and some best practices to consider when developing a syllabus that encourages student use. Attendees will receive take-away resources and guidelines that will help them to create or revise their own syllabus.