Teaching Innovation for Graduate Student TA: 5 minute Survey

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Teaching Innovation for Graduate Student TA: 5 minute Survey

Postby yg9 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:45 pm

Dear all,

We are an early-stage ed-tech startup looking to improve college-level science instruction through leveraging peer-driven teaching and Socratic teaching. To impact maximum change in the teaching landscape, we designed our method for graduate student teaching assistants to employ during recitation (aka section, precept).

Whether you are a graduate student, a college student, professor, or any other category, we would greatly appreciate your valuable insight. We have designed a 5 minute survey, which you can take anonymously here: https://harvard.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=S ... S3wCq1vXc9. As you complete the survey, you will become eligible for either a 35% discount on our product, or a full discount if you become a beta tester.

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