February 13, 2013

Inside the Undergraduate Teaching Experience

By Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Undergraduate Academic Affairs and the Center for Teaching and Learning present:

 Inside the Undergraduate Teaching Experience

 A celebration of the book about the UW Growth in Faculty Teaching Study
with authors Catharine Beyer, Ed Taylor, and Jerry Gillmore

February 25, 2013
Doors open at 2:30 p.m., presentation at 2:45 p.m.
Reception to follow

Walker Ames Room, Kane Hall
Register here

“…sometimes I think my teaching career is like Groundhog Day, the movie—I have to keep doing this over and over until I get it right…”
UW GIFTS participant, faculty member in the sciences/math

Inside the Undergraduate Teaching Experience book cover

“This book captures the voices of faculty engaged in the classroom in a fashion that I have not seen before. In the midst of a cacophony of works denouncing the professoriate as insensitive to problems of student learning (generally with little evidence), this study offers a glimpse into the real attitudes of a large group of instructors.”

—David Pace, coeditor of Decoding the Disciplines: Helping Students Learn Disciplinary Ways of Thinking

 

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