THE COSTANZO TEACHING FELLOWSHIP

The Costanzo Teaching Fellowship is a unique, year-long opportunity for undergraduates to receive substantial training in teaching as part of the teaching team for Introductory Psychology (PSY 101). Teaching Fellows are paid and are also required to enroll in a 1-credit Psychology Teaching Seminar (PSY 601S, that counts toward the Psychology major) during the fall term. 

The 2017-2018 Costanzo Teaching Fellows

Costanzo Teaching Fellows learn to:

  • Design lesson plans to achieve a range of goals.

  • Evaluate student work and offer helpful and motivating feedback.

  • Develop strategies for solving common problems that arise in a teaching context.

  • Communicate more clearly through speaking, writing, and listening.

  • Collaborate effectively in a teaching context, including planning, execution, and problem solving.

  • Refine their approach to teaching, utilizing both self-reflection and feedback in that process.

See “Frequently Asked Questions” about the Costanzo Teaching Fellowship.

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