Active Teaching Labs: Instructor-to-Instructor Teaching Development

On Demand
Session Type: Virtual
Delivery Format: On-Demand

Recently tested in an "all online" environment! — Experience a well-tested (200+ sessions), cheap (bagels and coffee), responsively structured teaching development session, adaptable to fit your institutional needs. Lab facilitators from UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee, and UC Davis will guide you through an interactive Active Teaching Lab (ATL) on the topic of educators learning from each other. We'll collect subtopics to address, share and solicit experiences (including the lab's history), document takeaways, check for new questions, and repeat until time's up. 



Outcomes:

Experience and appraise the adaptable, innovative, and tested ATL framework * Relate labs to educator-driven active learning at your institution * Discuss strategies to adapt to your needs and context * Connect by exploring authentic (participant-generated!) problem spaces in teaching and learning

Presenters

  • John Martin

    Active Teaching Initiatives — Program Manager, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Margaret Merrill

    Instructional Design Consultant & Educational Tech, University of California, Davis
  • Lane Sunwall

    Teaching, Learning, and Technology Consultant, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee