Teaching a Large-Enrollment Class

August 15, 2019, 11:00am to 12:00pm
Intended audience: 
Academic Support Staff, Graduate Students, Instructors
Part of series: 

Join us for an informal conversation about teaching large-enrollment courses. Bring your questions and come share your strategies, tips, and tricks for managing logistics, engaging students, staying sane, and feeling successful in a large class. (Large = what you consider large.)

Invited guests: Martha Olney (Economics); MaryAnn Robak (Chemistry); Robin Ball (Molecular and Cell Biology); Crystal Chang (Global Studies.

Snacks provided; feel free to bring your own lunch.

For those who can't make it in person but would like to participate remotely, here's a Zoom option: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/693331866

And here are some existing resources to whet the appetite:


Registration is unavailable. Registration closed on August 14, 2019 - 5:00pm.

Series description

Teaching Dialogues is a regular series of campus-wide discussions on pressing topics related to teaching and learning, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Academic Senate's Committee on Teaching.

All faculty, graduate students, and academic staff are welcome and encouraged to participate.

See recaps and recordings of past dialogues and other AIS programs.