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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

    WID Roundtable

    "Designing Innovative Writing Assignments" - February 22, 1-3pm; Gelman 301-302

    All faculty are invited to join us for a roundtable discussion over lunch on designing innovative and problem-centered assignments and preparing students for success on these types of challenging projects. The following Writing in the Disciplines (WID) faculty members will present their strategies:

    • Jonathan Hsy, Associate Professor of English
    • Kathryn Kleppinger, Associate Professor of French Studies and International Affairs
    • Kimberly Morgan, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
    • Tara Radin, Teaching Assistant Professor of Strategic Management & Public Policy
    • Alexander van der Horst, Assistant Professor of Astrophysics

    Course Design Institute5th Annual CDI - Course Design Institute

    Join us May 20-24 to design (or redesign) a more learning-centered course in a structured environment and with the support of your colleagues. 

    Applications are due March 24. Space is limited!

      


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    UTLC Services

    2015 Teaching Day

    Consultations: Sign up here for one-on-one support for teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. (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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