Teaching at Yale Day: Asynchronous Components

 

Graduate and Postdoctoral Teaching Development at Yale

We hope to welcome all first-time Teaching Fellows at Yale with a virtual orientation program.

Two Synchronous Components

All first-time Teaching Fellows are required to join the Poorvu Center's Graduate and Postdoctoral Teaching Development team for two synchronous sessions as part of Teaching at Yale Day. Find those sessions on our event listing: Engaging Students Online & T@YD: Small-group Discussion, Get Started Teaching.

Two Asynchronous Components

All first-time Teaching Fellows are required to watch five recordings by the end of the day on Thursday, January 28, 2020. After you watch the videos, please complete the two surveys emailed to you via Yale Connect powered by Campus Groups. To ensure you receive the surveys, register for the two "Asynchronous" events on our event listing: Inclusive Teaching Faculty and Staff Panel & Teaching Fellow Resource Videos.

One: Pre-Recorded Inclusive Teaching Faculty and Staff Panel Discussion

Inclusive Teaching Faculty and Staff Panel Discussion

In this video, you’ll learn about inclusive and equitable teaching strategies from four Yale community members.

Note: Do not share the video URL with non-Yale community members.

Four: Pre-Recorded Resource Introduction Videos

Student Accessibility Services

In this video, you’ll learn more about the resources available to students through the Student Accessibility Services office.

Yale College Dean's Office

In this video, you’ll learn more about the central role that deans play in undergraduate student life at Yale.

Rights and Responsibilities of Teaching Fellows and Part-Time Acting Instructors

In this video, you’ll learn more about what responsibilities you have as a teaching fellow or instructor, and what responsibilities your department and/or supervising instructor has toward you.

Title IX

In this video, you’ll learn about Yale’s Title IX office. For more information, please see the Title IX documentation in your participant packet.