1000 E. University, Dept. 3334, Coe Library 510
Laramie, WY 82071
The ECTL recognizes that graduate students play an important part in the UW teaching and learning community. We encourage students to utilize our programs and resources to develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities as instructors.
Graduate Student Teaching and Learning Symposium - The Office of Academic Affairs and the Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning sponsor a one-day teaching symposium for all graduate students who have teaching responsibilities at UW for the first time. The symposium occurs the week before fall and spring semester classes start.
New Instructor Seminar Series - This series of seminars is designed to address a spectrum of topics of interest to new instructors with teaching assignments. Experienced instructors with significant success in teaching lead many of these workshops.
Course in College Teaching (GRAD 5910) - The ECTL and the Office of Academic Affairs offers this three credit level S/U course to graduate students who want to broaden their skills and knowledge in the area of teaching in higher education. This course provides opportunities to develop skills and knowledge in order to design learning materials in one's discipline; create a rich, interactive, and productive classroom; successfully assess student learning; develop an effective personal teaching philosophy; and reflect on teaching and learning experiences.
Teaching Tips and Resources - We provide information on teaching strategies, legal and ethical responsibilities, and career development, as well as technology services, books on teaching and learning, and more to members of the instructional community.