We offer several evolving programs designed to foster the use of research-supported, technology-enhanced, teaching and learning methodologies. Each one of our programs has its own criteria for entry. These programs address the needs of faculty as teachers and co-creators of knowledge, with a focus on evidence-based approaches to learning in higher education. We also focus on developing campus scholarship around teaching and learning. We invite faculty and instructional support staff to participate in these programs regardless of what point they are at in their career.
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Faculty Engagement programs
The website helps instructors new to blended learning develop necessary skills by providing information about blended learning, tutorials and resources, as well as examples and stories of those who are currently integrating blended learning practices into their instruction.
Blend@UW is an eight-week series that supports the Educational Innovation (EI) Initiative by helping faculty design blended courses that foster deeper, more active learning for students. Learn more about the application process and dates for next semester’s series.
The program brings together faculty and instructional staff to develop campus leadership around the topic of blended learning in support of Educational Innovation. Fellows are nominated annually by leaders from their school, college, institution or division.
Participants who have completed either the Blend@UW program or the Blended Learning Fellowship Program gather to understand, participate in and lead the campus conversation about blended learning across the Schools and Colleges.
Easy one-hour labs to hear fellow instructors’ experiences using cutting-edge teaching tools to teach, and get guided experience with tools Labs are on Fridays, 8:30-9:30am in Middleton Building, room 120. Topics for upcoming labs can be found here.
As a world-renowned public research university, UW-Madison has a wealth of research, inquiry and professional practices. But how can undergraduates engage with those resources and experiences? Research-to-Classroom (R2C) Studio provides a forum for faculty and instructors to infuse their research processes directly into their undergraduate courses. Through short bursts of workshops and examples from colleagues, you will learn how to design and assess meaningful activities and assignments that bridge the gap between research and teaching. Get dates and details for upcoming workshops here.