News and events
Braiding Indigenous knowledges into STEM undergraduate curriculum and practices: An ally’s perspective
May 17, 2:30-3:30 p.m. on Zoom
Explore approaches to enrich student learning in STEM disciplines by making them more inclusive of multiple ways of knowing. Join us for the next Advances in Higher Education Research Seminar with Dr. Ashley Welsh.
Enhance learner engagement in your online and hybrid courses
Join Teaching Online 101: Essentials of Effective Online and Hybrid Teaching, an online, asynchronous course designed to enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set. Along with tutorials on how to build course elements and use tools in Canvas, we’ll share strategies to help learners more easily access content and interact with others in online learning environments.
Teaching with UW Technologies Canvas site
Want to learn more about technology you can use to support your online instruction? Based on student feedback about what helped and hindered their learning in spring 2020, UW Learning Technologies has expanded its Canvas site on Teaching with UW Technologies. Self-enroll (UW NetID required).
Get inspired: Innovative teaching and learning at UW
Using theater to encourage equity and inclusion
How can people address racism, sexism, xenophobia, and other forms of oppression if they can’t identify when it happens? These and other forms of discrimination can be nuanced and are not always obvious to everyone. CTL’s Theater for Change UW recently partnered with the Center for Neurotechnology to help build skillsets necessary for identifying and addressing bias in learning environments. Learn more about the project in this Center for Neurotechnology feature story.
Doctoral student Jared Canright is exploring the potential of virtual reality to explain physics concepts to UW undergraduates. Read more in the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletter.
EDU Talks: UW College of Education video series
UW College of Education faculty members and researchers who partner with schools, communities and organizations address some of the most pressing issues in education. Watch the video series to learn more about their leading-edge research.
Teaching teamwork: Helping students collaborate effectively
University students are often asked to work in groups, yet few are taught how to work well in teams and often struggle. In this 5-minute video, UW faculty Randy Beam (Communication) and Erin Hill (Physics) describe how they integrate instruction on teamwork into their regular courses to help students succeed in short-term and long-term class projects.
Innovators Among Us: Tips and tools
Download top tips and best practices recommended by faculty and instructors featured in the Innovators Among Us series.