Date(s) - 03/05/2019
10:35 am - 12:25 pm
UW-Waukesha Campus C103 (Commons)
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About See Me Teach
Have you ever wondered what other UWM instructors do in the classroom? Have you ever wanted to observe someone else’s teaching? Do you believe that openness is important for teaching and learning at UWM? If so, the “See Me Teach” series may be for you!
The “See Me Teach” series allows UWM faculty and teaching academic staff to attend another instructor’s class and observe their teaching. The purpose of this workshop series is to foster an open learning environment at UWM by providing a formal venue for visiting a class. You need only register and show up at the appointed day and time; no other preparation is needed! Observers may be introduced to the class but are not expected to participate. Follow-up with the instructor is encouraged but not necessary. So as not to be overly-intrusive, participation is limited to one registrant per class session.
About this Event
For this event in the series, you can register to observe Susan Bonis, Ph.D. R.N., teaching NURS 102: Perspectives On Health Care Systems. This seminar focuses on the following topics related to health care systems: foundation, characteristics, history, technology, financing, populations, policy, and services in various health care settings. You will observe the use of essential questions to stimulate deep thought and discussion. You will also observe Dr. Bonis interacting with two classrooms at two different locations at the same time – one UWM classroom at UW-Waukesha broadcast to a second UWM classroom at UW-Washington County. For more information about the course, feel free to check out the course syllabus.
If you have any questions or are interested in allowing others to observe your own class as part of the See Me Teach series, please contact Dylan Barth.
Registration is closed for this workshop.