Welcome to the University Teaching & Learning Center

The University Teaching & Learning Center (UTLC) is a faculty-driven effort to expand course design and teaching support to all GW faculty members. Located within the Office for Faculty Affairs headed by Vice Provost Dianne Martin, UTLC is guided by a Faculty Advisory Board.

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Featured Events

Teaching Day 2014

This fourth annual event features a keynote presentation by distinguished author Annie Murphy Paul on student motivation and drivers for success. In addition, there are brief, active learning sessions by GW faculty on a wide range of topics and a showcase of services available across campus that support teaching. Breakfast is included with registration. The full schedule of the day can be found on the event page linked above.

Guest Workshop Series: Peer Instruction & Clickers (across disciplines)

Do you want to learn how to use clickers effectively to engage students and improve their learning? Or, are you new to clickers – or student response systems – and how research-tested peer instruction can work in your classroom? This hands-on interactive workshop will help you learn the essentials of peer instruction using clickers, best practices in effective facilitation of clickers in the classroom, and how to write great clicker questions.

UTLC Consultations

The UTLC provides support for research based teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. Please direct requests for specific technology help (such as using Blackboard or software like iSpring) to the Instructional Technology Lab.

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