The Teaching Enhancement Grant provides monetary support for professional development activities or projects that lead to the improvement of teaching skills or the development of innovative teaching strategies. All full-time faculty, lecturers and teaching academic staff whose primary responsibility is teaching for the current academic year are strongly encouraged to apply!
TEG applications are due April 30, 2018
Note: This Spring’s grants will fund Summer and Fall projects. The funding deadline will be December 1, 2018. (Another call for applications will be due in October to fund Winter and Spring projects).
Do you have a professor who has made a significant impact on your learning at UW-Green Bay? Consider nominating them for a STUDENT NOMINATED TEACHING AWARD (SNTA)
The Instructional Development Council presents the Student Nominated Teaching Award. This award recognizes and rewards excellent teaching from the perspective of students. Students are encouraged to nominate an instructor who has made a significant impact on their learning.
You can nominate an instructor electronically by clicking the “Nominate” button and completing the nomination form.
Nominations are due on Thursday, March 1st.
If you have any questions, please contact Kim Reilly or Mary Gichobi, Instructional Development Council Co-Chairs, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join CATL and facilitators, Drs. Kate Burns and David Voelker, for a book discussion on Bandwidth Recovery: Helping Students Reclaim Cognitive Resources Lost to Poverty, Racism, and Social Marginalization by Cia Verschelden.
- Feb. 26, MAC 201 10:00-11:30
- Mar. 26, MAC 201 10:00-11:30
- Register here: Bandwidth Recovery
Download the calendar events here: Feb 26th or March 26th
Lindsay Bernhagen–Director, Center for Inclusive Teaching and Learning (UWSP) will facilitate a discussion of the emotional labor required of instructors, and how we may recognize and support this work on our campus.
Download the calendar event: CATL Discussion-The Emotional Labor of Teaching
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Struggling to engage students in learning in your large lecture courses? Come listen to Carly Kibbe (Biology) and Katia Levintova (Political Science and Global Studies) discuss their strategies, and design ones of your own! The workshop will be held Fri., Feb, 16 from 1:00-2:00PM in Instructional Service 1034.
Click here to add this CATL event to your calendar!