Want a chance to watch UGA’s leading instructors at work in their classrooms and ask them why they teach as they do? Masterclass Experiences pair master instructors with graduate students for a unique opportunity to observe an undergraduate classroom and converse with the instructor about their teaching strategies and techniques.
Each semester we feature exceptional faculty instructors from across the University who teach in a variety of classroom settings, from large survey courses to intimate upper-level seminars, and who model strong teaching practices based on experience and experimentation. Know an innovative instructor? Nominate a UGA faculty member to host a Masterclass Experience.
Participation in a Masterclass Experience counts as one credit for the CTL Transcript for Graduate Students.
Upcoming Masterclass Experiences
Limited space is available in each Masterclass Experience and registration is required.
Masterclass Experience with Dr. Montgomery Wolf
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
Wednesday Oct 17 | 12:10-1:30 | Fine Arts 400
Join us to observe Dr. Montgomery Wolf teach U.S. History since 1865, a large-enrollment general education class. Dr. Wolf employs active learning exercises to have students analyze primary sources in a large-lecture format.Register for Masterclass Experience with Dr. Montgomery Wolf
Masterclass Experience with Dr. Dan McNabney
CBIO 2200: Anatomy and Physiology
Thursday, November 1, 2018 | 1:50 p.m. - 3:35 p.m. | Biological Sciences Building 0404B
Join us to observe Dr. Dan McNabney teach Anatomy and Physiology I, a large-enrollment, service course. Dr. McNabney is piloting the greater use of active learning techniques in his courses and this session will highlight a flipped class session where students work in small groups to collectively master a core course concept.Register for Masterclass Experience with Dr. Dan McNabney
Previous Masterclass Experiences
Trish Moore, Biology
BIOL 1103: Basic Concepts in Biology, Spring 2018
Jason González, Anthropology
ANTH 1102: Introduction to Anthropology, Spring 2018
Jennifer A. Birch, Anthropology
ANTH 3210: The Archeology of Warfare, Fall 2017
Gary T. Green, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources
FANR 1100: Natural Resources Conservation, Fall 2017