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SLATE hosts a variety of programs for Kennedy School faculty through the academic year. Below are some key dates to note.
These lunchtime sessions include helpful information and discussions on teaching at HKS. The SLATE/Academic Dean's Faculty Teaching Seminars will take place on four Tuesdays each semester from 11:45am - 1:00pm and lunch will be provided. All seminars will take place in the Faculty Dining Room (FDR). Click here to see the Faculty Teaching Seminars for Spring 2013.
Click here to access handouts from prior seminars.
This program helps new faculty develop insights about how best to teach professional students at the Kennedy School. New faculty have the opportunity to talk with and listen to current faculty about managing HKS classes and to hear about our students and what it is like to teach at HKS. Part of the program is to participate in a case discussion and to briefly practice teaching and receive feedback.
AY13 dates: August 28-29, 2012
HKS has designated the week of March 4, 2013 as Teaching Week. During this week:
Click here for information about Spring 2013 Teaching Week.
For strategies on making the most out of visiting colleagues' classes, see this handout: Strategies for Observing Teaching (PDF).
Click here to view a four-minute video about HKS faculty experiences and reflections on observing colleagues teach (HKS login required).
A five-minute video was developed during the Spring 2011 Teaching Week that shares HKS student views on great teaching. Click here to view the video (HKS login required).
This seminar offers pedagogical training for effective case teaching and provide each participant with an opportunity to practice and receive feedback on case teaching. If you are interested in learning more about the HKS case teaching seminar, please contact Carolyn Wood.
SLATE aims to ensure that HKS faculty match their intellectual distinction with a mastery of classroom skills and a toolkit of tested materials, so that all participants in the HKS enterprise can make the most of every precious opportunity to learn.
No other professional school of public service has mounted a comparably ambitious effort to promote pedagogical excellence.
SLATE’s mission has three aspects, each led by a faculty co-chair: