We offer an array of workshops and learning opportunities for instructors, graduate teaching assistants, and instructional staff looking to enrich their teaching practice.
Learn how to support students’ well-being by teaching for equity and access, nurturing connections, building resilience-focused coping skills, and connecting to the environment.
Oct 20-Dec 3 | Teaching Online 101
This 5-week, fully online, asynchronous course is designed to enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set.
Nov 1 | Accessible Teaching Strategies
Explore accessible teaching strategies to develop inclusive learning environments that can help all students engage in the classroom.
Join Beck Tench, researcher with Harvard Graduate School of Education, to learn how to create a “restorative” classroom culture.
Participants will leave with concrete strategies for using student evaluations and feedback to improve their teaching.
Jan 25 | Globally-engaged Teaching
Join us to explore globally-engaged, inclusive, and culturally-responsive teaching practices that are particularly important in meeting the diverse needs of UW’s international student populations.
Join Hala Annabi, Associate Professor in UW’s iSchool, for a discussion of practices that support neurodiverse students in the classroom.
Mar 4 | Introduction to Open Pedagogy
Join colleagues in an interactive exploration of the benefits, challenges, and transformative potential of open pedagogy assignments.
Join Brock Craft, Teaching Professor from UW’s College of Engineering, and Jillian Mullen from UW’s School of Nursing for an interactive session focused on practical strategies for developing measurable learning outcomes and objectives.
Apr 16 | Teaching & Learning Symposium
Faculty, staff, and students from all UW campuses are invited to come together at the annual Teaching & Learning Symposium.
May 9 | Alternative Grading
Join Kevin Lin, Assistant Teaching Professor at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering, for a discussion about how alternative approaches to grading can support the development of more equitable, effective learning environments.
Session description coming soon.