Topic descriptions are provided in the downloadable TAS Brochure 2020-21.pdf.
Following state and University regulations, all seminars will be offered remotely if they are unable to be held in-person.
|Bringing Second Language Acquisition Research into the Foreign Language/ESL Classroom: L2 Vocabulary||March 9, 2021||James W. Rankin, Ph.D.|
|Modernist Portraiture: Literature and Film||April 12 and 19, 2021||Maria DiBattista, Ph.D.|
AAS- K-12 Education and National Politics
|April 15, 2021||Stanley N. Katz, Ph.D.|
|3D Printing, CNC Milling, and Laser and Die Cutting Workshop||April 28 and May 10, 2021||Michael G. Littman, Ph.D.|
|Using Robotics as a Pathway to Interdisciplinary STEM Education||May 3, 2021||Anirudha Majumdar, Ph. D.|
Selected Issues in Educational Psychology: "Take what You Need and Leave the Rest": Pandemic Pedagogy: School and Society in and Time of Trauma, Disruption, and Change
|May 18 and 26, 2021||
Mark Glat, Ph.D.
The deadline to fill out the Online Registration Form for Teachers as Scholars and Administrators as Scholars is December 14, 2020.