Pedagogy Courses for Credit

Graduate-level Pedagogy Courses at IUB

Pedagogy courses are offered in twenty–eight schools and departments around campus to develop graduate students’ disciplinary teaching skills. CITL assists faculty in designing these courses and maintains a listing of courses, faculty contacts, and associated syllabi found below.
CITL consultants will also upon invitation lead in-class workshops and presentations for graduate pedagogy courses. These workshops are discipline-specific, and can approach any of the teaching topics listed above. Typically, these sessions are designed in consultation with the pedagogy faculty member and built into the course syllabus.

PDFDepartmentCourseSemesterCourse TitleInstructorNotes
LinkAnthropologyA521FTeaching AnthropologyJennifer Meta Robinson
LinkApplied HealthH710FPedagogy in Health BehaviorCatherine Sherwood-Laughlin
LinkBusinessX630FDoctoral Teaching SeminarRebecca Slotegraaf1.5 hour course, usually offered in the first half of the semester
Central Eurasian StudiesR599STeaching Area StudiesGardner BovingdonPermission by department required
ChemistryC500FProfessional DevelopmentSara SkrabalakFor 1st year chemistry graduate students.
East Asian Languages & CultureC525F,STeaching Chinese as a Foreign/Second LanguageHenghua Su
East Asian Languages & CultureC527F,S,SummerPracticum in Chinese Language PedagogyHenghua Su
East Asian Languages & CultureC535F,SChinese Curriculum and Material Design Henghua Su
East Asian Languages & CultureJ525FTeaching Japanese as a Foreign/Second LanguageNozomi Tanaka
East Asian Languages & CultureJ527F,S, SummerPracticum of Japanese Language PedagogyNozomi Tanaka
LinkEconomicsE502STeaching Undergraduate EconomicsPaul Graf
EducationC750SCirriculum in Higher EducationThomas F. Nelson Laird
LinkEducationC750Learning and Teaching on the College CampusThomas F. Nelson Laird
LinkEducationP507Summer (online)Assessment in SchoolsDan Hickey
EducationP650FCollege Teaching and InstructionCatherine GrayAbove class is for CEP graduate students who are in their 1st year teaching undergraduate courses
EducationR625FDesigning instructional systemsPeter Honebeinstudents enrolled in IST Graduate program or permission from istdept@indiana.edu
LinkEducationR626SInstructional Strategies and TacticsPeter Honebein
EducationQ620FUniversity Science TeachingMaltese
EnglishW501FTeaching of Composition in CollegeScot Barnett
LinkEnglishW554FTeaching Creative WritingRomayne Rubinas DorseyLimited to MFA candidates in English Department
LinkFrench & ItalianM573SForeign Language Teaching MethodsColleen Ryan
LinkFrench & ItalianF573SMethods of College French TeachingKelly SaxThis course is designed specifically for - and required of- Associate Instructors new to teaching French in the Department of French and Italian.
LinkFrench & ItalianF572FPracticum - College French TeachingKelly SaxThis course is designed specifically for - and required of- Associate Instructors new to teaching French in the Department of French and Italian.
LinkFrench & ItalianM572FItalian Teaching PracticumKarolina Serafin
LinkGermanic LanguagesG500FCollege German TeachingSusanne Even
Gender StudiesG707FGender Pedagogy and TheoryVariesThe instructor will vary but the course will remain the same.
LinkGraduate SchoolG700SExcellence in TeachingLeah Savion
LinkHistoryH580STeaching College HistoryLeah Shopkow
LinkHistoryH591F,STeaching World and Global HistoryPedro Machado
LinkInformationZ573SEducation of Information UsersMike Courtney
LinkLinguisticsL685F, SLinguistics Teaching PracticumAnn Bunger
LinkMathematicsM595FSeminar in Teaching of College MathLinda McKinley
LinkMathematicsM596SSeminar in Teaching of College Math IILinda McKinley
LinkMedia SchoolM555FMedia PedagogyAnnie Lang
LinkMedical SciencesM620SPedagogical Methods in Health SciencesValerie O'LoughlinStudents from any discipline are invited to attend
LinkMusicE635SCollege Music TeachingJulia ShawMust be a grad student
MusicT591F,SMusic Theory PedagogyKyle AdamsEric Isaacson, Julian Hook
Near Eastern Languages and CultureN695FIntroduction to Arabic PedagogyNader MorkusClass is taught in Arabic
Near Eastern Languages and CultureN696FTeaching Less Commonly Taught LanguagesAntonia Yetunde
LinkPolitical ScienceY550FPolitical Science and Professional DevelopmentMarjorie Hershey
LinkPolitical ScienceY551SPolitical Science and Professional DevelopmentMarjorie Hershey
LinkPolitical ScienceY552FPolitical Science and Professional DevelopmentMarjorie HersheyOpen only to Political Science AIs; requires dept permission
LinkPsychological & Brain SciencesP660FThe Teaching of PsychologyEmily Fyfe
Religious StudiesR790F, SPedagogy in Religious StudiesSarah Imhoff
LinkSecond Language StudiesT505FIntroduction to Teaching English for Academic PurposesDebra FriedmanLimited to graduate students only. Permission required for non-degree students.
LinkSecond Language StudiesT534FMethods of Teaching ESL/EFL to AdultsDebra FriedmanRequires permission of department/instructor. Prior graduate-level coursework in second language acquisition (e.g., SLST-S532 or equivalent) is strongly recommended.
Spanish & PortugueseS517FMethods of Teaching College SpanishLaura Gurzynski-WeissK. Davis
LinkSchool of Public & Environmental Affairs (SPEA)M621FSeminar Teaching Public AffairsGeorge Rehrey