Course Announcement–GRDSCH 630: Teaching & Learning In Higher Education (Summer 2013)

Dear UW Teaching Community:

During Summer Term 2013, the Graduate School will offer GRDSCH 630: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education. This is a graduate seminar course focused on the exploration of tools and resources for teaching, and the development of a teaching portfolio.


GRDSCHL 630: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education

Summer 2013, Full Term

Gould 117

Wednesdays, 9:40-11:50


Co-instructors: Theresa Ronquillo & Karen Freisem, Instructional Consultants at the Center for Teaching and Learning

Students will be able to:

  • Plan and teach classes in ways that promote and assess student learning, including topics such as incorporating technology,teaching inclusively, and creating a community of learners in the classroom
  • Assess one’s own teaching and planning for future development as a teacher
  • Develop a teaching portfolio as a means to reflect on and document one’s work as a teacher

Attached is our course flyer. More information and the flyer can also be found on our website: Please circulate this announcement widely among your graduate student networks. Thank you!


Theresa M. Ronquillo, PhD, MSW

Instructional Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning

Co-Director, Interactive Theater as Pedagogy Project (a collaboration of the CTL and Memory War Theater)

University of Washington, Seattle

100 Gerberding Hall—Box 351265

Seattle, WA 98195-1265

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main: 206.543.6588

fax: 206.685.1213

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