What's it like to be a UBC teacher?

Come check out what it's like to be a teacher at the University of British Columbia!

Peter teaches a course on Law & Society in UBC's Faculty of Arts. In this experience, you'll explore what it takes to run a class. How do you figure out what to teach? How does a teacher prepare?

Peter will share how he learns the material he needs to teach. Together, you can talk about his experiences teaching at UBC, and find out what could make you a better teacher!

Then, if you'd like, attend one of his classes! Come sit in the lecture hall and see what it's like to be a student.

This experience is open to...:
Kudoers only
Kudoers and hosts
To explore this experience together, we can...: Look at the course textbooks, syllabus, and lesson plans that Peter makes for Law & Society
-: How would you teach a class? Make a lesson plan together for a pretend class
-: Talk about the things Peter has learned as a teacher this far
-: Check out the University of British Columbia!
How many Kudoers could come at once?: 1 person at one time
This experience is:
Wheel chair accessible
Can be done with hearing impaired
Can be done with blind or visually impaired
This happens: at the Host's work place
Getting here: What you need to know.
You can get to this experience by bus. From the University bus loop, it's about a 5-minute walk to the UBC Bookstore. Check out the photos for this experience to see what the bookstore looks like. You can also access a campus map here, with an arrow that points to the bookstore: http://maps.ubc.ca/PROD/index_detail.php?show=y,n,n,n,n,y&bldg2Search=n&locat1=81&locat2=#showMapCampus

Should I bring money: No, unless you'd like to buy a snack.
What else should I bring: Whatever clothing, umbrella, or hat you might need to walk around the UBC campus outside.
When you book it, the Host will need to know: Is there something you'd like to teach?
Afterwards, you could go to: the UBC website to learn more about what people teach
Afterwards, you could attend: a class about teaching methods
Tags: UBC; teaching; class; academics
Listing created 20 Sep 2017