Want to know what is happening in the Teaching and Learning Center? Check out the links below:
All faculty are invited to a UW Bothell Faculty Workshop:
TEACHING DIVERSE STUDENTS AND SUBJECT MATTERS
Friday, May 20, 2016, 9:05am - 10:55am
Discovery Hall 464
Please join us for a roundtable discussion with UW Bothell Professors Robin Angotti, Butch de Castro, Jason Naranjo, and Alice Pedersen moderated by Scott Kurashige. This cross-disciplinary conversation is designed to help identify the challenges and opportunities that arise for faculty while teaching courses with diverse student enrollment or developing curriculum to address complex and difficult issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Panelists will share the challenges they have encountered and the pedagogical strategies they have developed through a variety of classroom settings. We hope to open this up for audience participation and interaction as much as possible, so we encourage all interested faculty to attend.
Exploring the Global Classroom: The Challenges and Possibilities of Engaging English as an Additional Language Students
Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 12:30-2:30pm
Facilitator: Dr. Bruce Kochis
Would you like to share and gain additional ideas on how to engage with your English as an Additional Language (EAL) students? Would you like insights on the cultural differences EAL students face?
Please join our facilitator, Dr. Bruce Kochis (IAS Senior Lecturer) for a roundtable discussion on this topic to learn and share with other learner-educators (faculty, staff, and students)!
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SEMINAR FOR NEW FACULTY WORKSHOP:
Supporting the success of UW Bothell's new faculty is an ongoing commitment of the Teaching and Learning Center. Therefore, we invite you to continue your involvement through the Seminar for New Faculty (SNF) series, which features interactive, helpful sessions and workshops on a variety of topics showcasing the many resources at your disposal as scholars and teachers. We will offer two such events each quarter through the academic year.
TIPS are monthly workshops facilitated by learner-educators (faculty, staff, or students) that provide an opportunity for learner-educators to share best practices and transformative pedagogies.
If you would like to facilitate a TIPS workshop, please fill out our TIPS facilitator form.
Join us for the next one!