Return of the Teaching Forum

The Teaching Forum is returning again this year! A couple of topics have been proposed, such as “Diversity and the creation of safe spaces in the UWT classroom,” but our meeting time has not been set.  The Teaching Forum is a roundtable series that was created to foster conversations about teaching and learning across campus. Topics for

After the Forum – Work Smarter, Not Harder

This final forum of the academic year was facilitated by Bonnie Becker. If you missed the forum, you can catch it on Tegrity or review the Power Point Work smarter, not harder. She started by asking “What’s your problem?”, or what gets in the way of you getting things done. The group answers included: Scheduling Balancing

Forum – Work smarter, not harder

Join us for the Teaching Forum! Work smarter, not harder: Using technology to be a more productive teacher Thursday, June 5 12:30 to 1:20 FRC –>WG 208 Facilitator: Bonnie Becker (IAS) Many of our daily activities as faculty, such as mentoring students, designing curriculum, and even grading, directly benefit student learning. But we all are managing a

After the Forum – Open Access to Student Research

If you missed the forum, you can view Justin’s Presentation on Open Access Student Research and catch the podcast on Tegrity. Below are notes taken during the Forum. Facilitator Justin Wadland spoke about Open Access, what it means for teaching and learning, and introduced the UWT Digital Commons. DC is a partnership between the library and

Open Access to Student Research – Forum

Join us for the Teaching Forum on Open Access to Student Research Thursday, May 1 12:30 to 1:20 FRC –>WG 208 Facilitator: Justin Wadland, Library Panelists: Paul Carrrington (Global Honors), Teresa Holt (Social Work), Jane Compson (IAS), and Robin Evans-Agnew (Nursing) The Library has partnered with departments across campus to create online collections of student work. 

Upcoming Teaching & Learning Workshops

Check out workshops at the Center for Teaching and Learning at UW Seattle! Designing and Grading Assignments for International Students, English Language Learners, and Everyone Else Fridays: 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16  |  9:30 – 11:00 a.m.  | Gerberding Hall, Suite 100 The CTL is offering a series of facilitated conversations on “Designing and Grading

Responding to Plagiarism – After the Forum

If you missed the Forum on Responding to Plagiarism, never fear! View the Plagiarism Teaching Forum Presentation Check out Kelvin’s Takeaways on (teaching about) plagiarism Listen to the Podcast   Kelvin Keown of the TLC says… Plagiarism happens for many reasons, many of which are not intentional. Metaphors of plagiarism as stealing aren’t always productive.