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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Fall 2013 Events, Programs, & Communities
It’s that time again…First Friday’s for Graduate Students. Come join us for the last brown bag of the term, How to engage students when the material is dry. Together we will brainstorm specific strategies for communicating your enthusiasm, explaining information in clear and vivid ways, and showing the relevance of even the most dry material.
Learn more by visiting the First Friday’s webpage
December 6, 2013, 12:30-1:30, 100 Gerberding Hall
Winter 2014 Events, Programs, & Communities
Learning Communities: Winter 2014
The CTL is excited to sponsor a full series of Winter Learning Communities. Each group will offer faculty, staff, and graduate students the opportunity to explore current teaching and learning topics in a small group setting. For a complete list of topics and further details check back soon.
Get Inspired: Innovative Teaching and Learning at UW
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