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David Goldstein leads workshop on Using Classroom Response Systems to Enhance Engagement and Learning

David Godlstein

IAS faculty member David Goldstein led a workshop, “Using Classroom Response Systems to Enhance Engagement and Learning,” at the Northwest eLearn Conference in Boise, ID, where Ana Thompson, a learning and access designer on UW Bothell’s Digital Learning and Innovation team, led the conference as president of Northwest eLearn. Goldstein shared how he uses PollEverywhere to ...

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Natalia Dyba and David Goldstein present on virtual global exchanges

Natalia Dyba and David Goldstein with poster

Natalia Dyba, UW Bothell Director of Global Initiatives, and IAS faculty member David Goldstein presented a poster on virtual global exchanges, in which UW Bothell courses are paired with courses in another country through synchronous and asynchronous technology. Their poster, exhibited at the Global Engagement and Spaces of Practice Conference of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) in downtown Seattle, described how

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Deborah Caplow teaches and organizes exhibit in Oaxaca, Mexico

Deborah Caplow

IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow spent July in Oaxaca, Mexico where she organized an exhibition of graphic art that will take place there in November 2018.  She also taught a week-long course on the Mexican printmaker Leopoldo Méndez, his group the Taller de Gráfica Popular, and contemporary printmaking in Oaxaca, at the Instituto de Artes Gráficas in Oaxaca. The course ...

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Frances Lee publishes free syllabus on critical activist culture

Frances Lee

Master of Arts in Cultural Studies alum Frances Lee ('18) published "Woker Than Thou: an experimental syllabus" for a ten-week course on critical activist culture. Frances makes it a free and accessible resource for educators, activists, and organizers to use and adapt to their community needs. The course facilitates open, theory-based discussion of modern aspects of leftist activist culture, including identity, call-outs, cultural appropriation, "wokeness", and ...

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Karam Dana featured in Columns Magazine

Karam Dana

Columns Magazine has published an article that imagines what it would be like to take a course with each of the winners of the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award. The article, What if your class schedule put you in a room with all of this year’s best teachers?, is written by IAS alum Quinn Russell Brown, and features IAS faculty member Karam Dana, one of this year’s winners ...

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