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Peer2Peer Workshop: Kids Nowadays!

Kat Hodgson
Move over, millennials – here comes Generation Z! Borrowing bits from generational studies and student development theories, this session is designed to help put graduate teaching assistants into the shoes of our incoming first-year students. We will:
•Learn about the traits and shared experiences that many of Class of 2021 have in common
•Be introduced to the 7 Vectors of Student Development, one of the foundational theories about student growth during the college years
•Share knowledge on ways to relate with our students
•Ignite the spark of curiosity to go forward and learn with, as well as from, our students

About the presenter: Kat Hodgson is a third-year PhD student in Political Science. Before returning to graduate student life, Kat worked in Student Affairs at four different universities. This session is a compilation of the knowledge she gained in these positions. It’s also her way of giving back to the academic community that has enriched her life so greatly.

This is the second installment in TILT Peer2Peer Workshop Series which allows graduate students to share their knowledge, interest, and research as related to teaching and pedagogy.
This workshop counts toward the Graduate Teaching Certificate. Lunch will be provided.
Dates and Times:
February 27 - February 27, 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Registration Deadline: February 13, 2018 12:00 PM
Registration is closed.
TILT 105
Learn More:
Hailey Otis, 9704912645, hailey.otis@colostate.edu