Center for Teaching and Learning

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UW Bothell Teaching and Learning Center earns national recognition for its outstanding work. The center has been awarded one of two winning positions for exemplary centers by the Teaching and Learning Institute of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
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UW supports excellence and innovation in teaching across its three campuses.  The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is dedicated to advancing innovation and sharing expertise on teaching and learning.

CTL works with individual instructors, departments, units, and communities of practice to disseminate evidence-based research on teaching, learning, and mentoring.  This site serves as a hub for those who want to discuss new trends, models, projects, and resources.

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Spring 2014 Events, Programs, & Communities


Workshop series exploring disability issues in higher education

WmaingateA two-day event, April 21st & 22nd, focusing on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and disability issues in higher education. Workshops: 1. Accommodating Students with Disabilities the Role & Rights of Faculty (Tues., April 22nd 3:30-5:00, OUGL 220), 2. Emerging Trends in Disability & Higher Ed. (Mon., April 21st 3:00-5:00, Alder Commons Auditorium), 3. Disability Accommodations for Grad. Students (Tues., April 22nd1:30-3:00, HUB 334.  For more details and RSVP information see the DRS workshop series webpage.


Campus Conversation

Learning CommunityThe CTL is hosting a series of facilitated conversations on “Designing and Grading Writing Assignments for International Students, English Language Learners, and Everyone Else.” Join us for one, two or all conversations. All meetings take place Fridays, 9:30-11:00 at the CTL. Dates are April 11, April 18, April 25, May 2, May 9, and May 16.

Register HERE if you’d like to participate.


First Fridays for Graduate Students

brain_vector_ More Than Data Entry: Teaching University Brains
Join us as we pursue an understanding of how neurobiology-based models can meaningfully inform teaching and learning.  Lessons from this workshop can be applied to teaching and learning in academia (in-class and out-of-class) and in professional contexts. For more information visit First Fridays.
Friday, May 2nd, 12:30-1:30, 100 Gerberding Hall


Get Inspired: Innovative Teaching and Learning at UW


White Paper: Communication Leadership Program Online Teaching Trial

This white paper written by Rick McPherson provides a report regarding a trail of online learning that was conducted in the summer of 2013 in the Communication Leadership Graduate program at UW.
Read the full PDF.


Three Huskies football players explore their heritage with Burke Museum

Read about how three UW football players and one curator/anthropology professor have reached beyond the walls of a traditional classroom and found innovative opportunities to learn about culture and history through museum artifacts and travel. Seattle Times article

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