Center for Teaching and Learning

Center for Teaching and Learning

"Including All Students: Teaching Student Veterans" Nov. 10 Workshop

The Veterans Center and CTL are pleased to offer “Including All Students: Teaching Student Veterans,” a teaching and learning workshop that offers teaching strategies to help student veterans — and all students — succeed.

Strategies to Help International Students Learn

"How Do International Students Experience Learning at the UW?" Participants at the May 8th workshop exchange ideas on how instructors can help international students thrive in their classrooms.

Large Lecture Instruction

Instruction resource page. Full of useful information for preparing, teaching, and evaluating your course.

Teaching & Learning Workshops

Seminars, conversations, and workshops for instructors on a variety of teaching and learning topics.

Teaching Resources: Policies & Professionalism

Resources for responding to situations that may arise in your classroom, online, or in your interactions with students and faculty.

UW Tacoma Faculty Resource Center

Bringing together research, teaching, and faculty development services at UW Tacoma.

News and Events

Learning Community

Center for Teaching and Learning will be offering one Learning Community this Fall 2015.  The topic is “Contemplative Pedagogy:  Bringing our Whole Selves to the Classroom.”  For a full description and details on how to register, please go to the Learning Communities Website.  This LC is open to all current UW instructors (faculty and graduate teaching assistants) and staff educators on the UW Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma campuses.

Teaching-Focused University Careers:  A Panel & Networking Reception
Wednesday, October 28, 2015  |  3:30-5:00 pm  |  HUB 332  |  UW Seattle

Graduate students are invited to attend this panel and networking event exploring university-based teaching careers.  Attendees will hear from faculty at several regional teaching-focused universities.  Included are opportunities for one-on-one conversations and small group discussions with the panel speakers.  Free food and refreshments provided at the reception.  This event is a collaboration among the following UW Graduate School units:  Core Programs, CTL, and the Graduate Opportunities Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP) with generous sponsorship from Gonzaga University.

Flipping the Classroom

The CTL was mentioned in the article, “The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teaching” in The Atlantic, specifically for its work on flipped classrooms.  To read the full article, go to The Atlantic.

The Call: Journals, Proposals, and More

Tenth Annual NW eLearning Conference  |  Oct. 22-23, 2015:  Proposals are now being accepted for a unique conference that provides an opportunity for faculty, administrators, and instructional designers to come together to discuss best practices, collaborations and ideas in integrating technology in learning.  Deadline is May 31, 2015.  Get details and learn more.

Get Inspired: Innovative Teaching and Learning at UW

Congratulations to the 2015 Innovation Award Recipients

Recipients are honored for their continuing and outstanding commitment to both research and education. For more details read a message from the Provost.