An ongoing opportunity to build teaching skills as part of a global community is available.
The Carpentries are actively recruiting Instructors to teach Centrally-Organised workshops. These workshops (currently being held online) are a great way to connect with a global community, meet new colleagues with shared interests, and share skills with researchers around the world. The Carpentries are currently offering priority admission to our Open Instructor Training program for applicants who indicate interest in teaching centrally-organised workshops.
There is limited space and participation bursaries, valued at ~R6000, are available.
Event dates: 1 – 3 June 2022 (2.5 days)
All applicants are welcome. No specific expertise is necessary, but they do expect that trainees will have the technical knowledge necessary to teach one or more of the core lessons from Data Carpentry, Library Carpentry, or Software Carpentry. Instructor Training events are held online, so anyone with internet access and time to share can participate.
A challenge that we face in the Humanities is providing our students (and colleagues) with an opportunity to learn about computational approaches that they can apply in their current and future contexts. This instructor training opportunity will provide training to provide the participant with foundational lessons regarding:
- Evidence-based teaching practices.
- Teach you how to create a positive environment for learners at your workshops.
- Provide opportunities for you to practice and build your teaching skills.
- Help you become integrated into the Carpentries community.
- Prepare you to use these teaching skills in teaching Carpentries workshops.
If you want more information, contact Juan.Steyn@nwu.ac.za or visit the workshop website: https://sadilar.github.io/2022-06-01-NITheCS-SADiLaR/.