The soc nerds are coming. The soc nerds are coming. ASA is just 5 days away. I’ll be posting updates on Twitter and right here as I attend session/meetups. Below is an incomplete list of the teaching and learning focused events (and a Blog Meetup & Party). For more details (e.g. where these events are held and who exactly is presenting at them), see the official ASA Program.
The Section on Teaching and Learning Pre-Conference Workshop This is a fantastic workshop to reevaluate your approach to teaching, pick up some new classroom tricks, and get your questions answered by some of the best sociology teachers around. This annual event does require that register in advance (and registration is closed for this year), but I plan to cover this event on Twitter and right here on SociologySource, so stay tuned on Friday. I am a panelist/facilitator for this event, so if you are planning on attending come say hi. I’d love to meet you face-to-face. Find out more.
Teaching Workshop. What If Students Asked the Questions? Student-Facilitated Policy Discussion in the University Classroom
Teaching Workshop. The Sociology of Effective Lecturing
Sociology Blog Meetup. at Faces & Names (159 W 54th St).Come hang with your favorite authors from Sociological Cinema, The Society Pages, SociologySource, SociologyInFocus, ScatterPlot,Family Inequality, The Montclair SocioBlog, and more. This will be a relaxed, fun, and friendly affair.
Section on Teaching & Learning Reception at Rosie O’ Grady’s (800 7th Ave). Open to everyone. If you are a section member or want to see what were all about, come on down.
Awards ceremony. Hans O Mauksch Award presentation by Jeffrey Chin
Section on Teaching and Learning in Sociology Business Meeting
Teaching and Learning with Technology
Teaching the CORE of Sociology-or not! What should introductory students know?
Teaching Public Sociology
Scatterplot Sociology Blog Party at Lillie’s Victorian Establishment (249 W 49th St). Another chance to meet some of your favorite sociology bloggers. I’ll be there along with many other nice folks. Open to all sociology bloggers, tweeters, tumblrs and their readers, commenters, and lurkers. And if you don’t fit in any of those columns, well your invited too. More info.
Teaching Sociology Editorial Board
Teaching Workshop. Teaching Social Theory – New Approaches for Bringing Social Theory to Life
Teaching Workshop. Teaching Introductory Sociology for the First Time
Teaching Workshop. Teaching Climate Change in Sociology
Teaching Workshop. Sex Matters: The Importance and Mechanics of Teaching Sexuality Effectively
Reception for Scholars with International Research & Teaching Interests
Teaching Workshop. Embracing (or at Least Not Fearing) Difficult Dialogues in the Classroom
Regular Session. Teaching Sociology
Thematic Session. Teaching about Inequality in the Face of the American Dream
Professional Development Workshop. Demonstrating Teaching Excellence: Creating Successful Resources in TRAILS
Teaching Workshop. Practical Experience and Methods of Introducing Conversation Analysis to Audiences Who are New to this Approach
Teaching Workshop. Building a Cumulative Curriculum in the Sociology Major