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GRDSCH 630: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education Summer 2013, Full-Term

Gould 117 Wednesdays, 9:40-11:50 CR/NC Co-Instructors: Theresa Ronquillo & Karen Freisem, Instructional Consultants at The Center for Teaching and Learning

Are you a UW graduate student interested in Teaching in Higher Education? GRDSCH 630 is a seminar course designed for graduate students who are interested in

becoming college or university professors. Focused on teaching and learning, class sessions revolve around the exploration of tools and resources for teaching and the development of a teaching portfolio. Students will be able to: • Plan and teach classes in ways that promote and assess student learning, including topics such as incorporating technology, teaching inclusively, and creating a community of learners in the classroom • Assess one’s own teaching and planning for future development as a teacher • Develop a teaching portfolio as a means to reflect on and document one’s work as a teacher

The Center for Teaching and Learning washington.edu/teaching


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