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    I’mI participated in the Teagle Fellows program during my fourth year as a fourth-year PhD candidate in Italian, ICLS,Columbia’s Italian Department and Institute for Comparative Literature and IRWGS.Society. My research interests include the tre corone ofmedieval Italian literature (Dante, Boccaccio,(particularly Boccaccio and Petrarch),Dante), the medieval novella,short story, and legal history, and gender studies. My current work deals witheconomic history. In my dissertation I examine the intersection
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    in medieval culture; my dissertation specifically focusesculture, with a focus on Boccaccio,
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    like the DecameronwithinDecameron in the context
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    within society. Both literatureI have completed the Certificate in Feminist Scholarship at Columbia’s Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and law can work to restrict, defend, define, and/or legislate the social position of women, particularly whereSexuality; this interest in issues of sexuality are concerned,gender informs not only my writing and inresearch, but also my dissertation I intendapproach to show how Boccaccio uses his six years of legal training to examine issues of female transgression inpedagogy.
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    a patriarchal society, constructing a critique of that system of misogyny and essentialism.
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    Observation Plans:
    Grace Delmolino's observation by Cara Rock-Singer
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Wednesday, January 20

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    to the GSAS Teaching Center for Teaching and Learning's graduate student mailing list.
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    The Innovative Teaching Summer Institute at Columbia University is an intensive, multi-day series of workshops, discussions, and posted reflections all centered on the use of emerging tools to support effective teaching. It is an opportunity for graduate students to work with peers from a variety of disciplines, discuss pedagogy, connect with resources and support, and develop themselves as innovative teachers.
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Thursday, August 6

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    Defining and measuring standards of inclusive teaching.
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    Teaching Consultants will bewas announced to
    Teagle Fellows at Columbia
    The Peer Teaching Consultant program is a development of the Teagle Teaching Fellows program that ran at Columbia during the 2013-14 and the 2014-15 academic years. Teagle Fellows worked in pairs to observe each other's teaching, and they posted observation planning work and reflections on teaching observations on websites supporting their work (UNI authorization necessary):
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Tuesday, June 30

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    The program entails a variety of training, evaluation, and mentorship activities, all focused on connecting fundamentals of university teaching with innovations made possible by new media technology. Graduate students who participate in the program normally have immediate or future teaching responsibilities at the university.
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    goals, and developddevelop innovative assignments
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    Summer Institute will runran June 15-18,
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    Columbia University. Applications are being accepted through May 8. Read more
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    the Summer Institute and access the application link.Institute.
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    apply for Peer Teaching Consultant Fellowshipsfellowships (formerly Teagle
    A cohort of ten Columbia University graduate students participated in a series of peer teaching evaluation activities during the 2013-14 academic year, and twelve are doing so during the 2014-15 academic year. Read more about these activities, and browse teaching observation plans developed by Columbia doctoral students working across disciplines.
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Monday, June 29

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    The Innovative Teaching Summer Institute will run again in June, 2016. The track announcements about the application process, please request to be added to the GSAS Teaching Center mailing list.
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    The Innovative Teaching Summer Institute at Columbia University is an intensive, multi-day series of workshops, discussions, and posted reflections all centered on the use of emerging tools to support effective teaching. It is an opportunity for graduate students to work with peers from a variety of disciplines, discuss pedagogy, connect with resources and support, and develop themselves as innovative teachers.
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Tuesday, June 23

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    Drafted teaching statement language reflecting work developed at the Summer Institute.
    In addition, Summer Institute participants receive prioritized consideration for competitive GSAS Teaching Center opportunities, such as the Lead Teaching Fellows program, and are eligible to apply for Teaching Consultation Fellowships.
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    be a Peer Teaching Consultation Fellow
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    academic year.
    Teaching Consultation Fellows

    Peer Teaching Consultants
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    closely with peersthe Teaching Center and each other during the
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    teaching. The TCFPTC application process
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    Summer Institute. TCFsPTCs are remunerated
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    as a Peer Teaching Consultation FellowsConsultant entails the
    Observing and reflecting on teaching styles and approaches in classrooms at Columbia as well as beyond the university.
    Partnering with TCF peersa partner in the PTC program to plan
    Exploring formative assessment tools and approaches (such as surveys, focus groups, interaction tracking, image and video analysis).
    Defining and measuring standards of inclusive teaching.
    Developing collegial and targeted conversations with colleagues about pedagogy.
    Details aboutAn application round for 2015-16 Peer Teaching Consultation Fellows activitiesConsultants will be provided at the 2015 Innovative Teachingannounced to Summer Institute. Institute participants in July, 2015.
    Teagle Fellows at Columbia
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Friday, June 12

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    Institute site (Columbia University UNI(UNI access only)
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    The Innovative Teaching Summer Institute at Columbia University is an intensive, multi-day series of workshops, discussions, and posted reflections all centered on the use of emerging tools to support effective teaching. It is an opportunity for graduate students to work with peers from a variety of disciplines, discuss pedagogy, connect with resources and support, and develop themselves as innovative teachers.
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