Center for Teaching and Learning

Evidence-Based Teaching Program

The Evidence-Based Teaching Program (EBT) offers collaborative peer support, as well as support from teaching and technology consultants, in cross-disciplinary groups facilitated by UW faculty.

Share your ideas for the EBT Program

As part of our commitment to serving the needs of UW instructors, we invite your ideas and suggestions for ways to improve our Evidence-Based Teaching (EBT) Program. Share your ideas through our online form before by November 19.

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EBT Program phases

Phase I: Exploration

Explore current research on best teaching practices.
Develop course redesigns and/or research on teaching projects.

Phase II: Implementation

Receive support while implementing course redesigns or conducting research.

Phase III: Research

Design research studies and collect data on the effectiveness of implemented strategies on student success.

What are the benefits of joining EBT?

  • Improved teaching and student outcomes
  • A community of peers invested in re-envisioning their teaching and supporting one another
  • Mentorship from instructors across campus who use best practices in their teaching
  • Opportunities to advance as a leader in teaching and learning at the UW

Who participates in the program?

Over 261 UW instructors from 89 departments have participated in the program, and 21,000+ students have taken EBT-informed courses.

261 instructors from 89 departments have participated and 21,000+ students have taken EBT-informed courses.

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