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The Center for theAdvancement of Teaching & Learning

UW - Green Bay Teaching Scholars

The Green Bay Teaching Scholars Program aligns with the goals of the UW - System Teaching Scholars to give faculty the opportunity to enhance teaching and learning through research, collaboration and reflection.

The main activity is the development of a teaching and learning project. Simply put, the project asks Scholars to identify a strategy that may successfully address a common teaching challenge. During the first semester, each Scholar identifies a teaching challenge. The Scholar then explores strategies that may successfully address the challenge. At the end of the first semester, Scholars refine their strategies and then employ them in a class in the second semester. Each Scholar evaluates how well the strategy worked, and presents his/her findings during a campus-wide presentation.

Teaching Scholars meet about once a month to discuss books and other readings about teaching and to talk about on-going projects. Meetings are informal, with lots of free-flowing conversation. Past participants have found the program to be an enjoyable experience, and have described it as a supportive environment filled with great conversation and wonderful guests.

For further information about the scholars program please contact the CATL.

Current UW - Green Bay Teaching Scholars

 

Janell Holstead
Jenell Holstead
Katia Levintova
Katia Levintova
Chris Martin
Chris Martin
Deidre Radosevich

Deirdre Radosevich

Alison Staudinger
Alison Staudinger
David Helpap
David Helpap
Gail Trimberger
Gail Trimberger
Elizabeth Wheat
Elizabeth Wheat

 

Previous UW - Green Bay Teaching Scholars

(Click on the Teaching Scholar name below to view their presentations)

2012-13 Teaching Scholars

Vicki Medland
Vicki Medland

2011-12 Teaching Scholars

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Previous UW - Green Bay Teaching Scholars