Center for Teaching and Learning

Teaching & Learning Symposium

Monday, April 6 (2:00 – 4:30 PM) Online

Join us for the UW’s 16th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium! Faculty, staff, and students from all three UW campuses will come together online to build conversation and community around teaching, learning, and related research. There is still time to register for the Symposium.


Symposium schedule


2:00 – 2:50 Poster session 1

Click on Session 1 poster titles to visit pages that include a project abstract, video presentation and online comments. Presenters will be online to respond to your questions between 2:00-2:50 p.m.

2:50 – 2:55 Welcome: Beth Kalikoff (via Zoom webinar)

Beth Kalikoff, director, UW Center for Teaching and Learning, will welcome participants to the Symposium and introduce the keynote discussion. A link to the webinar will be available on Monday.

2:55 – 3:45 Keynote: Equity in Online Learning (via Zoom webinar)

Panelists Elba MoiseSooz StahlDebi Talukdar, and Milan Vidaković will reflect on the opportunities and challenges of building equitable classrooms when teaching remotely. Join the keynote via Zoom (a link to the webinar will be available on Monday).

Learn more about the keynote panelists and discussion.

3:45 – 4:30 Poster session 2

Click on Session 2 poster titles to visit poster pages that include a project abstract, video presentation and online comments. Presenters will be online to respond to your questions between 3:45-4:30 p.m.


Keynote


Discussion: Equity in Online Learning

The panelists bring interdisciplinary expertise as teaching scholars and Theater for Change UW (TfC) educators to reflect on the opportunities and challenges of building equitable classrooms in remote — and traditional — classrooms.

Acknowledgment: Gratitude is due Tikka Sears, Director of Theater for Change UW and Memory War Theater, for serving as keynote consultant.

Panelists:

Elba Moise, CTL instructional consultantElba Moise, doctoral candidate, College of Education, UW Seattle

A doctoral candidate in Learning Sciences & Human Development, Elba Moise is also a CTL instructional consultant and TfC co-joker. She researches equitable learning environments and teaching as racialized emotional practice.


Sooz Stahl UW Secondary Education Teacher ProgramSooz Stahl, teaching associate, Secondary Education Teacher Program, UW Seattle

TfC ensemble member/co-joker Sooz Stahl earned a Ph.D. from UW’s College of Education. She uses Theatre of the Oppressed techniques to help aspiring teachers explore issues of injustice in schools.


Debi Talukdar, doctoral candidate, UW College of EducationDebi Talukdar, executive director, PLATO; doctoral candidate, College of Education, UW Seattle

Debi Talukdar is Executive Director at PLATO (Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization) as well as a doctoral candidate in Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education. She’s also TfC program coordinator and co-joker.


Milan Vidaković, instructional consultant, UW Center for Teaching and LearningMilan Vidaković, lecturer, Interdisciplinary Writing Program, UW Seattle

A Comparative Literature Ph.D., Milan Vidakovićis a CTL instructional consultant who teaches in the Interdisciplinary Writing Program. His work includes equity in teaching and hybrid pedagogies. He’s also a TfC ensemble member and co-joker.


Poster sessions


Poster session 1 (2:00-2:50)

Presenters in this session will be online to respond to your questions and comments between 2:00-2:50 p.m.

  • To leave comments, please log in to the comment app (Disqus) at the bottom of a presenter’s page.
  • You’ll find the Disqus login menu at the top right of the comments section, you can login via facebook, twitter, gmail, or a Disqus account.
  • All comments will be visible to the public during the Symposium.
  • Comments will no longer appear on the page after the Symposium concludes.

Poster session 2 (3:45-4:30)

Presenters in this session will be online to respond to your questions between 3:45-4:30 p.m.

  • To leave comments, please log in to the comment app (Disqus) at the bottom of a presenter’s page.
  • You’ll find the Disqus login menu at the top right of the comments section, you can login via facebook, twitter, gmail, or a Disqus account.
  • All comments will be visible to the public during the Symposium.
  • Comments will no longer appear on the page after the Symposium concludes.

Abstracts without videos or comments

These abstracts were accepted to the 2020 Teaching & Learning Symposium. To recognize and share their excellent work, we have published their abstracts here.


Teaching & Learning Symposium co-sponsors


The UW Teaching & Learning Symposium is hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning, and co-sponsored by:

      • Office of the Provost
      • Graduate School
      • UW Libraries
      • Undergraduate Academic Affairs
      • Academic Technologies
      • Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity
      • Simpson Center for the Humanities
      • Teaching and Learning Center, UW Bothell
      • Teaching and Learning Center, UW Tacoma

Questions?

Please email sotl@uw.edu.