- What were the relevant characteristics of the setting for the course, including course title, short description, types of students, etc.?
- What aspect of your teaching or your students' learning were you focusing on or investigating in order to better understand?
- What did you do to examine the effects or impact of your teaching?
- What did you learn, expected or unexpected, by approaching your teaching in this way?
Supplies to Bring for your Poster:
Other Supplies - Symposium organizers will provide binder clips, one easel per poster, and nametags. For special needs, contact email@example.com 425-352-3501
During your assigned session, you or a co-presenter should stand at your poster to engage attendees in discussion and answer questions. Please be prepared to give people a summary of your work in 3-5 minutes, and to draw in people who arrive in the middle of your discussions. You can see highly effective examples of Symposium poster presentations in these brief videos from past UW Seattle's Teaching and Learning Symposium, held every April.
During the poster session in which you are not presenting, we invite you to circulate to view other faculty’s interest in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Our faculty use many great strategies, and we are always impressed with the passion each instructor brings to teaching.
Please leave your poster on display for the entire Symposium, so attendees can view your poster even if you are not present. If you need to leave the event early, let us know. You or a designee should pick up your poster by 3:00 pm on April 17th at NCEC.
Questions or other special needs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org 425-352-3501.
For more info, visit the Symposium website www.uwb.edu/tlc/events/tl-symposium2014