PULLMAN, Wash. – Teaching so students learn to apply acquired knowledge and skills to new situations will be discussed by visiting professor Rebecca Nowacek in a free, public presentation 3-4:30 p.m. Monday, April 10, in CUE 518 at Washington State University. Light refreshments will be served.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University faculty with innovative ideas to impact teaching and “demonstrably enhance” undergraduate learning can apply through March 30 for a $7,000 Smith Teaching and Learning Grant.
By Beverly Makhani, Undergraduate Education PULLMAN, Wash. – Seven grants of $7,000 recently were awarded to faculty for 2016-17 to develop innovative strategies that demonstrably enhance student learning, with preference given to projects that impact large numbers of students.
By Beverly Makhani, Undergraduate Education PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Teaching Academy will host guest-expert lectures on Oct. 27 and workshops Oct. 28 to give faculty hands-on experience with an educational approach that has been proven to help students learn better.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Faculty, staff and students are invited to a free symposium about improving student engagement and success via active learning at 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, April 25. Three Washington State University professors will make presentations at the gathering, which will be at the University of Idaho Commons. Breakfast and lunch are included.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A Harvard physicist who has achieved success as a pioneer of interactive learning will conduct three workshops for faculty March 24-25 and present a talk at noon Friday, March 25, in Abelson 201 at Washington State University.
By Richard Miller, Academic Outreach & Innovation PULLMAN, Wash. – Two of every five students at Washington State University are the first in their families to attend college. Half of those first-generation students are ethnic minorities.
By Richard Miller, Academic Outreach and Innovation PULLMAN, Wash. – In fall 2013, math instructor Paul Krouss watched Kristin Lesseig at work during a peer observation program. Lesseig, an assistant professor of math education, was teaching Mathematics for College and Secondary Teachers using a flipped classroom model.