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LAMP provides a number of professional development opportunities for students and educators around the state with a focus on training STEM teaching faculty and teaching assistants in best practices and active learning strategies.
Summer Institute and Yearlong Training On Active Learning
Supports UW PhD students, UW faculty, and WY community college faculty in incorporating active learning techniques and methods into their STEM curricula during an intensive summer retreat and year-long workshops.
Learning Assistants Program
Supports undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students as learning assistants in large gateway science courses taught in active learning classrooms.
The Community Outreach Program for STEAM Engagement
This grassroots graduate student group supports outreach and engagement efforts that braid together science, art and community.
Why do Active Learning?
Active Learning Spectrum
Strategies and Philosophies
LAMP Lite Bytes
Short Instructional Tutorials
Faculty and Graduate Summer Fellowships
LAMP Fellows Publications
Teaching Philosophy Rubric
Questions that stimulate critical thinking
Interested in giving to the Learning Actively Mentoring Program?
Please remember no gift is too small to make a difference, and we thank you for your support!
LAMP Program Director
Department of Molecular Biology
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