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    The University Teaching & Learning Center (UTLC) is a faculty-driven effort to expand course design and teaching support to all GW faculty members.

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    University Teaching & Learning Center

    Teaching Network for Early Career Faculty

    The Teaching Network is a supportive cohort program that combines networking with colleagues, pedagogy workshops, and peer review of teaching to help you navigate those first years as a professor. We meet six times throughout the year over lunch in addition to providing feedback on each other's teaching.

    For more information and to apply, visit go.gwu.edu/teachingnetwork.
     


    Fall Workshops & Webinars

      

    Join us for a workshops to help you get your fall semester off to a great start. New this year are sessions in a webinar format. 

     

    Teaching DayTeaching Day

    September 27, Marvin Center
    A full day of programming dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning. Dr. Claire Howell Major will deliver the keynote: Who Learned What: Assessing Students so Teachers Can Learn.
    The day also features: 

    • GW faculty-led sessions 
    • Master Class with Dr. Major (early morning)
    • Luncheon with the keynote (Pre-registration is now closed for the luncheon. Walk-ins will be welcomed on a space available basis.)
    • Scholarship of Teaching & Learning poster session.

    This event for GW faculty is offered free of charge. 

    UTLC Services

    2015 Teaching Day

    Consultations: One-on-one support for teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. Email utlc@gwu.edu to set up an appointment. (For specific technology help please contact the Instructional Technology Lab.)

    Workshops: We offer workshops on a variety of teaching topics throughout the year.

    Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Faculty research on teaching and learning is supported through workshops and a SoTL Learning Community.

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