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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

Nov 17 | Reflection & Practice Series – Getting group work right

In this talk, Peggy Brickman, Professor in Plant Biology in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Georgia, will discuss strategies for effectively implementing group work based on her research findings.

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Dec 2 | Using Student Evaluations and Feedback to Improve Teaching & Learning

Participants will leave with concrete strategies for using student evaluations and feedback to improve their teaching.

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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.