Get paid to help the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) with AI Orientation!
The CITL is looking for facilitators for their AI Orientation workshops! To facilitate the AI Orientation workshops, they prepare people via a graduate student learning community, “Orientation Peer Facilitator”. Graduate student learning communities (GSLCs) are cohorts of graduate students regularly gathering to discuss a teaching and learning topic of interest while forming a supportive community. Participants will be required to prepare for, attend, and actively participate in learning community meetings (likely to happen twice per month). Applications Links to an external site.are due Monday, January 16th at 9 AM ET.
Orientation Peer Facilitator Graduate Student Learning Community (Spring 2023)
Facilitator: Leslie Drane
Learn to be a CITL workshop facilitator for the Fall 2023 Associate Instructor Orientation while gaining new pedagogical knowledge and skills (and get paid to do so)! Participants will design and lead AI-specific workshops on topics such as: teaching and learning theories, making use of class time, and managing classroom authority and boundaries. CITL will provide ongoing training, mentoring, and resources on developing and facilitating a workshop. This learning community will end with you co-facilitating a workshop at the Fall 2023 Associate Instructor Orientation. This learning community is necessary for those hoping to fulfill the Specialist requirements for the Graduate Teaching Apprenticeship Program (GTAP).
- Available for Fall 2023 Associate Instructor Orientation, which will likely fall between August 14th – 18th.
- Participants for this learning community must have an active SAA appointment in Fall 2022 to be eligible. Once the participant has co-facilitated an AI Orientation workshop in August 2023, they will be paid $250 for their help with AI Orientation. (They must co-facilitate the workshop to receive payment.)