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GENE 7360: Teaching Internship in Genetics Instructor: Rodney Mauricio
 

Summary: GENE 7360: Teaching Internship in Genetics
Instructor: Rodney Mauricio
Fall 2004
COURSE DESCRIPTION (must be 50 words or less) Classroom teaching experience in
undergraduate courses for senior graduate students under the direct supervision of a
faculty member.
GRADING SYSTEM: S/U. Based on overall assessment of student
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
This course provides an opportunity for senior Genetics graduate students to obtain
supervised, documented experience in preparing and delivering lectures and/or leading
discussions. Since the graduate student will have had previous teaching experience as a
teaching assistant in Genetics and have spent a minimum of 2 years as a graduate
student, the student will have a degree of mastery of the subject matter. This course is
not meant as a mechanism for graduate students to give "guest" lectures in a course for
which they are currently serving as a teaching assistant -- it is meant to serve as a formal
internship in the teaching of Genetics. Through close faculty supervision, the successful
student will be able to translate that knowledge into lectures. Through written and
substantive feedback, the successful student will be able to demonstrate pedagogical
competency in Genetics.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology