Whether you have a quick question or a complex challenge, CTLM can help.
We can guide you to resources at the school/college and campus level. And we can provide more in-depth consultation to individuals and units. We are happy to work on any teaching-related questions that you bring. Often conversations focus on:
Syllabus and course design | Mid-semester student feedback | Classroom observations
Activity and assessment design | Teaching uses of instructional technology
A warm welcome for new instructors
For new instructors, getting acclimated to the UW–Madison campus and teaching expectations can be a bit overwhelming. CTLM provides onboarding help to support the teaching and learning community and make the experience more comfortable.
Large class, no large lectures
CTLM is working with instructors in the Department of Kinesiology on a plan to transform a large introductory physiology course, Kinesiology 335, by eliminating large lectures.
The core group learning component will be a biweekly “laboratory workshop” designed to give students the opportunity to apply the concepts they’re learning through experiments, case studies and group-based question-and-answer sessions.
Students come to this course with varying levels of experience and knowledge – this approach provides more opportunity for differentiated instruction as well as a more holistic, meaningful understanding of physiology.
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DoIT Academic Technology oversees the Learn@UW suite of supported learning technologies, including Canvas, Kaltura MediaSpace, AEFIS, Top Hat and more.
Need help with your instructional materials or supporting your students’ research? The Libraries are prepared to support instructors with robust modes of instruction throughout the academic year, while also providing exceptional research guidance to students.
Helps instructors find creative and effective ways to incorporate writing and speaking assignments into courses at all levels and in all disciplines.
Partners with faculty, instructional staff, administration, and other areas on campus to support and continuously improve teaching, learning, and the student experience in the College of Engineering.
Collaborates with instructors, staff, and departments in the College of Letters & Science to create modern and effective learning experiences using established course design principles and technical expertise.
Provides library resources, instructional design, and technology support to the School of Education and community partners.
Collaborates with faculty and instructional staff in the Wisconsin School of Business to implement evidence-based teaching practices for effective learning experiences and leverage learning technologies effectively.