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Dr. Lauren Genova, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, is the co-editor of Teaching Gradually: Practical Pedagogy and Classroom Strategies for Graduate Students by Graduate Students, published by Stylus Publishing, LLC. The book is the first its kind, written exclusively by graduate students themselves. Written for graduate student instructors and early career faculty members, the book features the voices and perspectives of 51 graduate student instructors across the United States and Canada, sharing their experiences with teaching in higher education. They discuss their favorite strategies for reaching diverse students and share personal anecdotes surrounding the college classroom. The common thread of diversity and inclusion runs throughout the book, along with strategies to apply many of the topics discussed to online classroom settings. In addition to serving as co-editor, Genova, who earned an honors degree in chemistry at UD in 2015, is the co-author with Kacie Armstrong of a chapter on “Teaching Undergraduate Students How to Critically Read the Primary Literature."
Read all of "Teaching Gradually: book shares classroom strategies with new graduate instructors" in the Cornell Chronicle. (Published September 20, 2021)
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