Communication in the Canadian Classroom
Effective communication is an essential element of good teaching and learning, good research, and success in a university environment. Join us for a 12-hour seminar series, and learn to communicate with greater confidence in the Canadian academic environment.
In Communication in the Canadian Classroom, you will:
- learn to communicate effectively and confidently with Canadian students;
- develop essential skills for communicating effectively in a new culture;
- acquire an ability to express your ideas concisely; and
- understand how to participate effectively in a Canadian classroom.
Workshop activities include discussions of cultural differences in the classroom, role plays involving giving feedback to students; and opportunities to express your ideas concisely. You will develop your English communication skills in a supportive atmosphere among graduate students from a variety of disciplines and cultures.
Fall 2013 Class Schedule:
Mondays and Wednesdays from September 16th to October 2nd
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The D.B. Weldon Library, Room 120, Teaching Support Centre
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REGISTER EARLY: Class size is limited to 25 participants per class.