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EDGE Lunch Workshop: Maximizing Productivity While Remote Learning

Taking Control: Time Management in Unusual Times

You know the complex and unstructured nature of graduate work is a major challenge. Working exclusively from home makes it harder to balance productivity with personal time. This workshop will equip you to manage your work and life with greater effectiveness in trying times.
 

In this workshop, you will

EDGE Lunch Workshop: Maximizing Productivity While Remote Learning

Boost your productivity and build balance into your schedule. Come learn time management techniques from one of CTL's Academic Coaches. Academic Coaches work with students across campus to help them improve their learning habits and overall academic experience.

Through consultations and workshops, coaches provide strategies for time management, procrastination, long-term planning, exam preparation, efficient reading, writing motivation, advisor relations, concentration, and more.

Zandra Jordan, PhD, Director Hume Writing Center 

 

 

EDGE Lunch Workshop: Maximizing Productivity While Remote Learning

Taking Control: Time Management in Unusual Times

You know the complex and unstructured nature of graduate work is a major challenge. Working exclusively from home makes it harder to balance productivity with personal time. This workshop will equip you to manage your work and life with greater effectiveness in trying times.
 

In this workshop, you will

EDGE Lunch Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

EDGE Lunch Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

EDGE Lunch Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

Research as Praxis: Community-Based Research Across Fields

This workshop series is designed for Stanford graduate students interested in learning more about and developing their skills in community-engaged scholarship and community-based research. Invited speakers include leaders and practitioners across disciplinary fields. Sessions will be held over lunch. Please check the website for location confirmation: haas.stanford.edu.

Please RSVP here.

Research as Praxis: Working with and Representing Youth and Vulnerable Populations

This workshop series is designed for Stanford graduate students interested in learning more about and developing their skills in community-engaged scholarship and community-based research. Invited speakers include leaders and practitioners across disciplinary fields. Sessions will be held over lunch. Please check the website for location confirmation: haas.stanford.edu.

Please RSVP here.

Course Design Fundamentals for Graduate Students and Postdocs

Designing a course can seem like a daunting task. In this workshop you’ll engage with evidence-based frameworks to develop the building blocks of a course, and leave with learning goals and the principles to craft an effective and welcoming syllabus. Whether you’re just starting to think about your course or refining an existing syllabus, give yourself a running start toward effective course design - register today! Refreshments provided.

For disability accommodations or accommodations for any reason please contact Amanda Modell at amodell@stanford.edu or 650-724-3129.

Student Metacognition for Graduate Students

College students frequently need to improve at assessing their level of learning and learning at the appropriate level of sophistication. These are metacognitive skills you can promote, resulting in more rewarding learning and teaching. This workshop will highlight research on common metacognitive gaps and equip you with evidence-based strategies for promoting skillful metacognition in your students. Open to all graduate students and lunch is provided.

Facilitated by Nicholas Santascoy, Ph.D. (Academic Coach, Learning Strategy Programs)

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