Teaching and Learning at Evergreen
Teaching and learning are fundamental to Evergreen’s mission as an experimental liberal arts college. For faculty members this means that there is no requirement to publish or perish; instead, we imagine, design, and teach interdisciplinary programs that respond to major questions and problems we face as humans in an ever changing world. This creative work is central to what we do. Of course, conducting our own research and helping our students do research is important and this page contains information about grants and centers here on campus.
|Student Engagement & Student Accountability: 12 - 1:30pm||Emily Lardner, Nancy Murray, Susan Fiksdal|
|Jan 23||E3123||Teaching Effective Seminars: 12 - 1:30pm||Susan Fiksdal|
|Feb 3||TBA||Seminar on "Begging for Change" 4 - 6pm||Robert Eggar|
|Feb 13||E3105||Using Writing to Improve Student Learning: 12 - 1:30pm||Peter Elbow|
|Feb 20||E3105||Reaching all Students in Multi-Level Classes: 12 - 1:30pm||Nancy Murray & Emily Lardner|
|Feb 27||E3105||Assessing Student Writing: 12 - 1:30pm||Emily Lardner, Nancy Murray, Susan Fiksdal|
This page has resources and links to the information faculty members need as well as lists of events to help us revitalize our teaching. If you have resources, suggestions, or upcoming events that will help in this effort, please contact the following people.
- Nancy Murray, Academic Dean for Hiring & Faculty Development, Lib 2002, (360) 867-5497 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Susan Fiksdal, Interim Academic Dean, Lib 2006, (360) 867-6329, email@example.com
- Emily Decker Lardner, Director, Washington Center for the Improvement of Undergraduate Education, (360) 867-6637, firstname.lastname@example.org