Center for Teaching and Learning

Spotlight:  Helping Students Re-engage

Pandemic disruptions have caused many students’ engagement muscles to atrophy. This year students may need a bit of “PT” – not physical therapy, but pedagogical therapy to help them rebuild those muscles. Explore strategies to help students reconnect and re-engage in the classroom.


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Engaging students

Read about student-centered active learning approaches to instruction.

Upcoming Workshops

Oct 19: Globally Engaged Teaching

Participants will focus on teaching strategies that meet the particular learning needs of UW’s international faculty and international students.

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Oct 24-Dec 2: Teaching Online 101

This 5-week, fully online, asynchronous course is designed to enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set.

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Nov 1: Designing Learning Environments that Support the Whole Student

Director of the UW Resilience Lab, Megan Kennedy will discuss the Well-Being for Life & Learning Initiative, which supports instructors in designing learning environments that promote student well-being.

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Get inspired: Innovative teaching and learning at UW

2022 Teaching Awards recipients

Congratulations to this year’s Teaching Award recipients: Samuel Jaffee, Marcus J. Johnson, Ines Jurcevic, Adam Leaché, Mikelle Nuwer, and Kristin Privitera-Johnson. We are honored to have such wonderful instructors among us!

Helping Students Re-engage

Pandemic disruptions have caused many students’ engagement muscles to atrophy. This year students may need a bit of “PT” – not physical therapy, but pedagogical therapy to help them rebuild those muscles. Explore Strategies to help them re-engage in the classroom.

Accessible Teaching Strategies

Help students succeed in your course with these accessible teaching strategies.