by Kevin Lin, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Teaching Effectiveness Award Essay, 2019 Students learn computer science (CS) by doing. In CS 61A, a highly-rated introductory CS course at UC Berkeley, students are introduced to new concepts in lecture, go hands-on to learn the solution process in lab and discussion Continue Reading >>
by Audrey Haynes, Integrative Biology Teaching Effectiveness Award Essay, 2019 “It’s nice to know someone actually cares.” A student in Biology 1B said that to me at the end of a meeting. She had not passed the first exam and we were brainstorming about how to improve. For a variety Continue Reading >>
The Spring 2016 Teaching Conference provided an orientation for graduate students new to the GSI role. Discipline-Cluster (D-C) workshops led by experienced GSIs addressed pressing questions about getting started as a GSI. The afternoon featured a performance by Berkeley Interactive Theater, which led to a discussion of how GSIs in their role as teachers Continue Reading >>
On This Page Profile Daniela Kaufer’s Web Page (off site) Video of the Presentation Summary of the Presentation Profile Daniela Kaufer is Associate Professor of Integrative Biology, Director of the Kaufer Laboratory, and a faculty member of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley. Professor Kaufer’s research focuses on Continue Reading >>
What neuroscience tells us about how students learn. Based on a talk by Daniela Kaufer (Integrative Biology).