ASBMR Student Cohort June Program: "Navigating Career Paths - Education" - Shared screen with speaker view
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Lauren Taggart, ASBMR (she/her)
Hi all - We encourage you to turn on your cameras - it helps make these sessions more interactive :)
Do you think, or did you find being a TA during grad school was a good way to see if you liked teaching?
I know Jonathan mentioned that he took some secondments but did any of you take any formal qualifications for teaching? Or were the experiences you had during your PhD enough (e.g., undergrad supervision)?
Can you address how realistic it is to be an educator at a small teaching college and find research collaborators at larger institutions?
Is there a certain level of student (grad vs undergrad) that you find to be more fulfilling to teach or engage with?
are you guys also involved in active research and how much of your time do you dedicate to it? can one balance between research and teaching?
Designing Better Courses: Blending the Best of Pre- and Post-Pandemic Pedagogy
I have the same question as Farirayi, is it really possible to have a balance ?Do you often get overwhelmed with so much work ?
Here you go! https://he.hbsp.harvard.edu/designing-better-courses-blending-the-best-of-pre-and-post-pandemic-pedagogy.html?cid=email|marketo|2021-06-17and20-webinar-email-1-designing-courses|1212107|webinar|sunday|webinar-registration|jun2021&acctID=none
AAMC: MD schools...often research-heavy vs. AACOM: DO schools... often teaching-heavy
Thank you !