The GMCTE offers a variety of exciting courses for both graduate students and newer faculty members. Visit individual course pages for more information and registration instructions.
GSR 984: Thinking Critically—Professional Skills for Global Citizens is an innovative graduate course that provides a supportive and challenging setting for students to build multidisciplinary understandings and skills into their professional and personal lives as they candidly explore diverse issues with peers from disciplines across campus.
GSR 979: Introductory Instructional Skills is a new one-term, 10-week course that introduces graduate students with no prior teaching experience, to basic theories and skills for classroom teaching. This course prepares graduate students for their first teaching assignments.
GSR 989: Philosophy and Practice of University Teaching is a two-term course that delves into teaching theory, philosophy, and skills. Applicants must have completed their first year of graduate school, and must have prior teaching experience.
GSR 982: Mentored Teaching is for Ph.D. students who have received a Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Fellowship from the College of Graduate Studies and Research. This faculty-mentored program prepares graduate students to become classroom instructors (term one) with a teaching practicum in their home department (term two).
Transforming Teaching is a one-term course for “newer” faculty members who are interested in exploring, with their peers, the principles, skills, and issues in higher education teaching.
Indigenous Voices Program consists of a series of gatherings and conversation circles for faculty and staff meant to raise awareness of Aboriginal history, culture, and contemporary issues.
Introduction to Teaching Online is a four week, non-credit course will provide instructors with information and ideas for teaching in an online or hybrid environment
Introduction to Learning Technologies provides an introduction to a variety of learning technologies for the purpose of teaching and learning, including learning management systems such as Blackboard, blogs, podcasts, wikis and even Twitter.