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McGraw Center Teaching Initiatives and Programs for Faculty: Peer Review

March 3, 2020 · 12:00 pm-1:15 pm · 330 Frist

McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

Examining peer review as both a scholarly practice and pedagogical method, this faculty program will explore such questions as: What is the ethos of peer review? What does giving and receiving feedback demand of us? In what ways do we ask our students to engage in peer review in our courses? How do we prepare them to do so? What do we hope they learn? Lunch will be served.

Speakers:
Asif Ghazanfar, Psychology and Neuroscience.
Melissa Lane, Politics; University Center for Human Values.
Corina Tarnita, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Facilitators:
Christie Henry, Princeton University Press.
Katherine A. Stanton, Interim Director of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Senior Associate Director, Teaching Initiatives and Programs for Faculty.

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