Teaching excellence is a core principle of Washington State University’s land grant mission. WSU is dedicated to promoting a culture of academic innovation and success.
Explore this page to find resources for teaching, from tips for engaging students, to learning about new teaching techniques, finding others with whom to collaborate on teaching effectiveness, and learning how to reinvigorate your classroom. Please email to email@example.com with any questions, feedback, or requests for teaching resources.
Read about Dr. Sheila Converse, who led October’s Faculty-led Workshop. Faculty-led Workshops are co-sponsored by the WSU Office of the Provost, WSU Teaching Academy and WSU Academic Outreach and Innovation. All presentations are 12:10-1 p.m. in CUE 518 on the Pullman campus, and will be live-streamed for those unable to attend in person. Lunch will be provided. To join any of the workshops, visit the WSU eLearning trainings page and select “faculty-led” from the dropdown menu to register.
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