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Teaching & Learning Symposium

Thank you for attending the 2023 Teaching & Learning Symposium! Information about this year’s events is included on this page. Details on next year’s Symposium are coming soon.

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This showcase features UW instructors’ learner-centered teaching practices and research. Join us celebrating the UW teaching community’s efforts to engage in reflective, evidence-based teaching.

Image of Kevin Gannon delivering a lecture at a podium in front of a screen

Kevin Gannon, Professor of History
Tuesday, April 18, 2023 | 1-2:15pm | Walker Ames Room (KNE 225)
Gannon, author of Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto, invited us to develop a sustainable teaching practice grounded in an ethic of hope.

close-up headshots of the three panelists: Brock Craft, Sarita Shukla, and Elli Theobald

Faculty Panel: Sustainable Teaching

Tuesday, April 18, 2033 | 2:30-3:45pm | Walker Ames Room (KNE 225)

We were joined by UW educators in a live, in-person panel conversation about how to make our teaching practice more sustainable. This cross-disciplinary panel explored how the concept of sustainability, broadly defined, leads us toward practices that better support students and instructors.

Kevin Gannon, Professor of History
Tuesday, April 18, 2023 | 9:30-10:30am | Zoom

Led by Kevin Gannon, author of Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto, participants explored ways the syllabus can support our pedagogical goals and students’ sense of belonging.


Q: I had to miss the event. Will it be recorded?
A: The recording of the keynote will be posted on the Symposium Keynote page as soon as it aligns to accessibility standards. The interactive workshop, “Fostering a Sense of Belonging through the Syllabus,” and faculty panel, “Sustainable Teaching,” were not recorded.

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About the Symposium

The UW Teaching & Learning Symposium brings UW faculty, staff, and students together to:

  • Build conversation and community around teaching, learning, and related research
  • Highlight research and practices that advance student learning
  • Promote reflection, innovation, and collaboration in teaching