Center for Teaching and Learning
Join Us: May 28, 2015
- From 2:30-4:00PM in Odegaard Undergraduate Library 220 (Seattle campus)
- Presenters are from the Technology Teaching Fellows Institute
- Pre-registration encouraged. Register HERE.
Join the CTL and UW-IT for 5-minute lightning talks presented by Technology Teaching Fellows who transformed traditional courses to hybrid or online courses. Faculty members from a wide range of disciplines will describe, at warp speed, some of the techniques that transformed their courses.
Funded by the Office of the Provost, the Technology Teaching Institute received support from the Center for Teaching and Learning and UW-IT Academic Services so that Fellows could re-invent courses and collaborate across disciplines.
This event is sponsored by: Office of the Provost, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and UW-IT Academic Services.
Light snacks and beverages will be served.
enLightning Presenters and Topics
Presenter: Payman Arabashi, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Topic: “Some Ideas on the Future of Undergraduate Education and the Role of Learning Technologies”
Presenter: Steve Buck, Professor, Department of Psychology
Topic: “The Top 5 Things Canvas and Panopto Have Done for My 100-Student Undergraduate Course”
Presenter: Renata Bura, Associate Professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
Topic: “Canvas, Panopto, and Bioresource Science Engineering (BSE) Teaching”
Presenter: Mikelle Nuwer, Lecturer, School of Oceanography
Topic: “Teaching a 50-minute Lecture in Less than 10 Minutes”
Presenter: Anita Ramasastry, Professor, School of Law
Topic: “Seeing Beyond the Formulae: Development Economics for Lawyers and Others Who Hate Math and Statistics”
Presenter: Kate Simonen, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture
Topic: “Using a Tablet to Create Lectures and Online Assessment”
Presenter: Anu Taranath, Senior Lecturer, Department of English
Topic: “Margins & Centers: Exploring Sensitive, Uncomfortable and Essential Topics with 5 High School Teachers, 350 High School Students and 75 UW Students”