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University Teaching & Learning Center

Course Design Institute

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

Upcoming UTLC Events

Flipped Learning in the Quantitative Classroom

Join the University Teaching and Learning Center for a talk and workshop by Robert Talbert, Associate Professor of Mathematics and an expert on flipped learning. In a 30-minute talk, Dr. Talbert will examine principles of flipped learning design with practical examples from the STEM disciplines, paving the way for participants to create a flipped learning environment themselves. Immediately following he will conduct a 2-hour workshop in which participants will work on their own courses to create a detailed outline of a "flipped" version of a single 50-minute lesson.

Date and Time:
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 -
9:00am to 1:00pm
Location: Gelman Library, Faculty Lounge (B05)
Event Format: Workshop
Event Type: Faculty
Teaching Day 2017

GW’s seventh annual Teaching Day will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 in the Marvin Center. Interested faculty may submit a propsal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL) poster session that will be held on the afternoon of Teaching Day. Click here for details on how to apply. 

Date and Time:
Thursday, September 28, 2017 -
8:30am to 3:30pm
Location: Marvin Center, Third Floor
Event Format: Conference
Event Type: Faculty

UTLC Consultations

2015 Teaching DayUTLC Consultations

The UTLC provides support for research based teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. For a UTLC consultation, please complete the consultation form and we will get back to you within three business days.

Please direct requests for specific technology help (such as using Blackboard or software like iSpring) to the Instructional Technology Lab.