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Our Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring (CTLM) supports faculty and staff from across campus in their continuing growth as practitioners of the complex, challenging and dynamic craft of teaching.
Whether you are a tenured professor, an instructor, a graduate teaching assistant or a lab manager, we’re here to help! From addressing a particular challenge to strengthening interactions between you, your students and their peers, we can support your work in classrooms, studios, labs, online courses and other learning environments. We can also assist with additional learning experiences such as study groups.
Join colleagues across the state in attending UW-System’s second statewide professional development conference. The conference is free to attend, and will be held fully online. Equity in the College Classroom: Educating Ourselves as Educators Friday, …September 16, 2021
The center has a packed line-up of professional development opportunities for September 2021. Find an overview of the opportunities or check out this calendar view upcoming offerings. More offerings will be added in the coming …July 20, 2021
On July 1, 2021, UW-Madison established its premier Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring. Lots of hard work went into its creation, and much more is to come! Find more information about the center, its …July 20, 2021
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Equity in the College Classroom: Educating Ourselves as Educators
Friday, Oct. 1 & Oct. 15, Online
Free, statewide conference for WI instructors that weaves together a diversity of voices, stories and counter-stories from faculty, instructors and students from each of Wisconsin’s systems of higher education.
- Elder Ada Deer (Menominee) in conversation with Dr. Lisa Poupart (Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Anishinaabeg), First Nations Studies, UW-Green Bay.
- Lee Mun Wah, award-winning documentary filmmaker (The Color of Fear, and others), author, poet, Asian folkteller, educator, community therapist, master diversity trainer.