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Workshops

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers an array of workshops and learning opportunities for instructors, graduate teaching assistants, and instructional staff looking to enrich their teaching practice. Check out our line up and register today.


Mar 1 | Writing@UW: Resources and Strategies for Assigning Writing in Your Course

Explore principles for developing effective writing assignments that also reflect the Seattle campus’ revised “W” guidelines.

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Mar 16 | Designing an Accessible Syllabus

Explore ways to construct more accessible syllabi that contribute to the development of inclusive learning spaces.

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Apr 4 | Supporting students’ aspirations: Integrating career-relevant outcomes into your teaching

Learn about strategies and see examples from UW faculty that model how to incorporate career competency work into your teaching.

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Apr 18 | Teaching & Learning Symposium

Faculty, staff, and students from all UW campuses are invited to come together at the annual Teaching & Learning Symposium.

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May 9 | Using and Adapting Free Course Materials

You’ll have a chance to explore OER search tools, see examples of openly licensed course materials in your discipline, and learn about UW Libraries resources for creating and modifying OER for your class.

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May 18 | Reflection & Practice Series – Selecting, Authoring, and Using Inclusive Case Studies

In this session, Dan Turner, professor of marketing at UW Foster School of Business, will share strategies for inclusive teaching and learning using the case method.

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Jun 19-Jul 21 | Teaching Online 101

This 5-week, fully online, asynchronous course is designed to enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set.

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Past Workshops:


Oct 19 | Globally-engaged Teaching (for faculty)

This workshop will share best practices and explore effective teaching methods to meet the diverse needs of UW’s international student populations.

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Oct 24-Dec 2 | Teaching Online 101

This 5-week, fully online, asynchronous course is designed to enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set.

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Nov 1 | Promoting Well-being in the Classroom

Director of the UW Resilience Lab, Megan Kennedy will discuss the Well-Being for Life & Learning Initiative, which supports instructors in designing learning environments that promote student well-being.

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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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Jan 12 | Reflection & Practice Series – Improvising the World

Join UW Bothell professor, Ching-In Chen, as they explore how to use improvisation and speculation to help students re-imagine today’s challenges and become engaged leaders.

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Jan 20 | Introduction to Open Pedagogy

Join colleagues in an interactive exploration of the benefits, challenges, and transformative potential of open pedagogy assignments.

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