To promote learning and student success, the University of Washington’s Center for Teaching and Learning supports the advancement of a UW teaching community that is collegial and committed to reflective, inclusive, equitable, and learner-centered teaching.
We value and practice inclusion and anti-racism because doing so helps us…
- Understand the barriers and challenges our community faces
- Develop more relevant, impactful solutions to teaching and learning challenges
- Foster equitable learning environments that honor the lived experiences of all learners, especially those who have been historically marginalized or underrepresented
We value and practice collaboration because doing so helps us…
- Generate better ideas and more effective support in tandem with and in service to our local, national, and global partners
- Foster community trust and team accountability
We value and practice reflection and iteration because doing so helps us…
- Model our belief that an effective teaching practice is one that is always in development
- Learn and improve what we do
- Adapt and respond to change
The University of Washington acknowledges the Coast Salish peoples of this land, the land which touches the shared waters of all tribes and bands within the Suquamish, Tulalip and Muckleshoot nations.