Center for Teaching and Learning

Faculty Fellows Program September 10

Faculty Fellows Program

Thursday, September 10

9:00-12:45

 

Asynchronous

Continue working through any four of the six asynchronous modules.

Planning note: Each module is designed to take an hour, but that’s just an estimate. A lot depends on how deeply you want to dive into the topic, how much experience or expertise you have on the topic, how often you’re interrupted, and how many breaks you take (please take breaks). So assume each module will take you 90 minutes. If you are done with each one in 60 or 30 minutes, good on you.

Access note: Clicks on the links above go directly to those Canvas modules. If and when you want to moil around the Teaching with
UW Technologies Canvas course, exploring other modules, go to the course link on the “Contact and Resources” page on this site and
self-enroll.

1:00-2:00 Student Perspectives on Remote Learning in 2020

Moderator:  Elba Moise, Center for Teaching and Learning

  • Marcus J. Johnson, Department of Communication, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Leo MacLeod, Departments of Marine Biology; School of Oceanography, College of the Environment
  • Shreya Palakpati, Department of Psychology; Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Kristin Privitera-Johnson, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, College of the Environment
  • Sajal Sanan, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
2:00-2:20

 

Break (20 minutes)
2:20-3:20 Evidence-based practices for student learning

Presenters:

  • Tyler Fox, Human-Centered Design & Engineering, College of Engineering
  • José Guzmán, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, College of the Environment
  • Ian Schnee, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences
3:20-3:40 Break (20 minutes)
3:40-4:40 Everyone is talking about teaching as if new faculty members have nothing else to do

Presenters:

  • Ralina Joseph, Associate Dean for Diversity and Student Affairs, The Graduate School; Professor of Communication
  • Sarah Keller, Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
4:40-4:50 Closing and What’s Next

Presenters: Beth Kalikoff, Katie Malcolm & Christine Sugatan

By 7:00 p.m.

 

Complete Day 2 Assessment (please login with your UW NetID)

 

Session description & goals – Asynchronous sessions

(Make sure that between yesterday and today you have completed a minimum of 4 of the 6 asynchronous modules before 12:45)

Asynchronous modules

To review the descriptions & goals for the asynchronous sessions, go to “September 9” on the navigation menu

Session description & goals – Synchronous (Zoom) sessions – 1:00-4:45

Evidence-based practices for student learning in online and in-person environments

Session materials

President Ana Mari Cauce refers to the UW as a T1, meaning an R1 university where stellar, evidence-based teaching takes place. The session reviews the research supporting  active learning approaches,  focusing on deeper learning & engagement. Then, participants share practices that advance student learning, lower failure rates, and close achievement gaps for women and for students from underrepresented groups.

Goals:

  • Briefly review research on teaching practices that support deeper learning in different class sizes
  • Identify 2 evidence-based teaching practices to enrich class discussions and/or other forms of student engagement

Everyone is talking about teaching as if new faculty members have nothing else to do

Session materials

The Faculty Fellows Program introduces you to teaching at UW and to resources that support your teaching. This session identifies efficiencies and resources that allow you to minimize time spent on the administrative elements of teaching, provide high-impact/strategic  feedback on student work, and, as a result, increase the amount of time you have to advance your scholarship.

Goal:

  • Emerge with 2-4 high-impact teaching practices that save you time