Welcome to the Teaching & Learning Collaborative

The Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) is a faculty-driven center for teaching excellence, a signature initiative of the newly created Office of Teaching and Learning, headed by Vice Provost Stephen C. Ehrmann, and TLC Interim Director Patricia Dinneen. The TLC brings faculty and staff together to help faculty broaden their instructional experience, promote the scholarship of teaching and learning, and encourage students as they deepen their commitment to learning.

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Student Verification: Required for Online Courses

Federal Law and Middle States accreditation now requires the identification of students in online courses. Read about creative ways to meet these requirements.

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TLC Consultations

TLC instructional designers can provide advice on teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. Please direct requests for technology help (such as using Blackboard or software like iSpring) to the Instructional Technology Lab.

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José Andrés Food Course

The World on a Plate: How Food Shapes Civilization

Course Overview

Once again, the George Washington University is pleased to present The World on a Plate, Spring 2014. Internationally renowned chef José Andrés returns for his 14-week course, pairing a GW faculty member with a guest lecturer to think deeply about food in its many different roles, e.g., as a critical factor in public health, as an industry, as a science, as the medium of the craft of cooking, and as a political instrument.

The World on a Plate is held once per week on Tuesdays from 4:00pm - 5:20pm in 1957 E Street, room 113.

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Upcoming Events

April
26
Saturday
8:30am—4:30pm
April
29
Tuesday
10:00am—3:00pm
May
29—
June
01
9:00am—5:00pm
June
18—
June
20
9:00am—5:00pm

Online Teaching Guide

The Online Teaching Guide was collaboratively developed by instructional designers and online instructors from across GW for all faculty interested in online and hybrid formats. The guide looks at the pedagogical, design, and media elements that effect online and hybrid teaching. It also lists where to find help at GW with instructional design and technology challenges.