Annual Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Symposium


The Symposium provides an opportunity for all of us in the teaching and learning community to share best practices, celebrate accomplishments and discuss the scholarship of teaching and learning in a forum dedicated to enriching the UW Bothell experience for faculty, staff, and students. 

Schedule at a Glance

10:30 - 10:35    Welcome 
10:35 - 11:00    Opening Plenary
11:00 - 12:00    Poster Session I
12:00 - 12:15    Break
12:15 -   1:15    Poster Session II
  1:15 -   2:00    Wrap up 

Opening Plenary

Helen Barrett, Ph.D. E-Portfolios as Digital Stories of Deep Learning

  Helen Barrett, Ph.D. (Dr. Barrett consults
  internationally on the  use of electronic 
  portfolios, and is an adjunct faculty
  member at Seattle Pacific University)

Poster Session 1

11:00 - 12:00

Learning by Making: Art and Art History in the Classroom

Deborah Caplow, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, CUSP)

Experientially Linking Journalism and Community Newspapers

Kristin L. Gustafson, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, CUSP, Husky Herald co-adviser)

Interdisciplinary Visual Literacy Learning Outcomes

Denise Hattwig, MA, M.L.I.S.  (Curator, Image Collections & Services, Library)

Developing and Supporting Quantitative Reasoning in Your Course

Erin Hill, Ph.D. (Director, QSC)

Using Concept Maps to Assess Student Learning of Biochemistry

Camilla Misa (Biology) and Bryan White, Ph.D. (Science & Technology)

Simulating Natural Selection through Performance

Rebecca M. Price, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

Enhancing Hybrid Teaching and Learning

Andreas Brockhaus, MA (Director, Learning Technologies, TLC, IAS), Carol Leppa, Ph.D. (Professor, UWB Nursing) David Goldstein, Ph.D. (Director, Teaching and Learning Center, IAS), Rebecca Bliquez, M.L.S. (HCDI Coordinator and Librarian, UWB/CCC Library), Ian Porter, MA (Learning Technologies Specialist, UWB Information Technologies)

Making the Work Visible in a Project Based Course

David Socha, Ph.D. (Computing & Software Systems)

Poster Session 2

12:15- 1:15

Experiential Interdisciplinary Learning through Community Partnerships in Ecological Restoration

Warren Gold, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Bothell), Kern Ewing, Ph.D. (School of Forest Resources, UW Seattle), Jim Fridley, Ph.D. (School of Forest Resources, UW Seattle), Rodney Pond, Ph.C. (School of Forest Resources, UW Seattle)

Enhancing Nursing Education and Practice through the Integration of Learning Technologies

Jerelyn Resnick, Ph.D., RN (Nursing)

Using Science and Composition Together to Teach Analytical Thinking

Robin Barnes, Ph.D. (CUSP, Science & Technology), Laurie Anderson, Ph.D. (CUSP, Computing & Software Systems)

Sharing Human Anatomy and Physiology in Elementary Schools

Sindi Diko (Biology) and Bryan White, Ph.D. (Science & Technology)

Scientific Practice in an Inquiry-based Activity Exploring Changes in Skull Shape in Humans and Our Ancestors

Rebecca M. Price, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

From Conferences to Classroom Workshops: Peer Writing Consultants Across the Curriculum

Karen Rosenberg, Ph.D. (Director, Writing Center), Kim Sharp, MFA (Manager,Writing Center), Peter Freeman (Lead Writing Consultant, Writing Center),Jessica Hoffart (Writing Consultant, Writing Center), Kat Seidemann (Writing Consultant, Writing Center)

Integrated Learning: Information Literacy in the Discovery Core

Danielle Rowland, M.L.I.S. (Reference and Instruction Librarian, CUSP)

Ethnography as a Literacy Tool for Reading and Writing Research

Young-Kyung Min, Ph.D. (Education, CUSP)

Interdisciplinary Dialectics: The Evolution of a Writing Assignment for Calculus and Composition

Nancy Kool, Ph.D (CUSP) and Alex Barchechat, Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, CUSP) (Center for University Studies and Programs and Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)

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