The UW Center for Teaching and Learning offers a series of courses for graduate students interested in developing and strengthening their teaching skills. These highly-rated courses focus on evidence-based teaching practices that apply across disciplines and prepare students for success in the job market.
This autumn GRDSCH is offering:
GRDSCH 501 Teaching Assistant Preparation
In person Sept. 18-19, online autumn quarter (1 credit)
Taken in conjunction with the TA Conference, this hybrid course explores specific teaching resources and strategies that support new TAs in their roles.
GRDSCH 550 Teaching in Global Classrooms: Strategies for Teaching International and Multilingual Students
Thursdays, 2:30-3:20 p.m. (1 credit)
This course focuses on evidence-based teaching practices that leverage the diverse linguistic and cultural assets of global classrooms to enrich learning for all students. (course flyer attached)
GRDSCH 630 Acting Up: Teaching Theater for Change
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:30-3:20 p.m. (2 credits)
Students build practical skills in Theatre of the Oppressed and other arts-based pedagogies to promote inclusive educational environments in classroom, institutional, and community contexts.
To see a full list of courses offered this year, please visit the CTL Graduate School Courses page.