DISCUSSION for PROF-it Session: Inspiring Creativity in the Classroom

Welcome to the post-session discussion board: Let’s talk!Creative Group 

Objective: The most important part of any PROF-it (Professors-in-Training) seminar is what you do afterward. What meaning(s) did you make of the discussion? What do you plan to do with what you learned, either from our discussion leader or from your own reflections? The goal of this discussion board is to solidify and document your understandings and plans, and build upon what you’ve discovered with other participants as soon as possible after the session. We’ll try to keep the discussion going, so check back to see what others have contributed!

Session basics: Inspiring Creativity in the Classroom

  • For all TAs, graduate students interested in teaching, and postdocs
  • DateFriday, December 5, 2014
  • Time: 12-2pm
  • LocationComm329  (UMBC Campus)
Evaluate-Discuss

Evaluate! Discuss!

Make the most of your attendance at each PROF-it event! Discuss what you learned with other participants in the comments section below. Your participation in the PROF-it community boards counts toward possible recommendations when you apply to teaching fellowships with PROF-it partner institutions, and posting immediately following a session helps you to document your immediate reflections and plans for your own use in the future. We hope to see you again soon.

One Comment on “DISCUSSION for PROF-it Session: Inspiring Creativity in the Classroom”

  1. Trevor Needham
    December 15, 2014 at 11:02 AM #

    I was sad I had to leave early from this seminar. I thought there was some valuable thoughts and discussion on creativity. I thought the different perspectives between the different majors was a perfect example of the value of integrated creative thought.

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