TATTO Extension Sessions

TATTO Extension Sessions are seminars or events about teaching and pedagogy happening across campus open to LGS students. These sessions extend and expand the conversations of the summer TATTO workshop and TATTO seminars in LGS programs. They are opportunities for students to learn and discuss different aspects of teaching and gain more insight into best practices, new technologies, and methodologies.

NOTE: PARTICIPATION IN TATTO EXTENSIONS IS NOT A GRADUATION REQUIREMENT. THESE SESSIONS ARE NOT AKIN TO JPE 610 EVENTS - THEY ARE SIMPLY MEANT TO ENHANCE AND SUPPLEMENT YOUR TATTO TRAINING.

For more conversations about pedagogy or individual consultations about your teaching, visit the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence or email Donna Troka.

2016-17 (Check back soon for Fall 2017 programming!)

Date/Time Location Title Presenter
Sept 14; 12-1:30 RSVP to oei@emory.edu Teaching International Students (faculty workshop series sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives, and CFDE. Panelists from Biology, Economics, Italian and the School of Nursing
Sept 28; 3-4 Creating a Teaching Portfolio Donna Troka (CFDE)
Oct 13; 4-5:30 RSVP to oei@emory.edu White Privilege in the Classroom, sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Office of Global Strategy and Initiative, and CFDE George Yancy (Philosophy) 
Oct 19; 3-4 Navigating Difficult Conversations: A Discussion Group Facilitated by Bobbi Patterson (Graduate Division of Religion)
Oct 25; 11:30-1 RSVP to oei@emory.edu Best Practices for Classroom Accessibility, sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives and CFDE. Rosemarie Garland-Thomson (English); Jennifer Sarrett (Center for the Study of Human Health)
Nov 10; 2-4 Introduction to Online Teaching Stephanie Parisi (CFDE)
Nov 17; 12-1:30 RSVP to oei@emory.edu Isolation and Otherness in the Classroom, sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives and CFDE Robert Franklin (Candler School of Theology)
January 2017 Engaging Sustainability Issues in the Classroom Peggy Barlett (Anthropology)
Spring 2017 Domain of One's Own@Emory: Undergraduate Digital Publication Heather Julian (Writing Program)
Spring 2017 Using MARBL in Your Teaching Gabrielle Dudley and Courtney Chartier (MARBL)
January-February 2017 Technology, Pedagogy, Curriculum and Research (or TPC+R) Emory Center for Digital Scholarship