CEETE, the Collaborative for Engineering Education and Teaching Effectiveness, serves faculty, staff, graduate students, and administrators to foster effective student-centered teaching and learning within the College of Engineering (COE).
UW-Madison Educational Innovation engages and inspires students through enriched learning by:
- Enabling pervasive active learning to improve the student experience
- Building innovative, professional-level degree programs and other lifelong learning opportunities
- Extending the university’s educational mission to Wisconsin and the world using new technology and partnerships.
The Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) works in collaboration with deans and other academic leaders across campus to provide leadership, coordination and administrative support for the teaching and learning mission of UW-Madison.
DoIT Academic Technology works with faculty, staff, students and partners to offer a variety of services and programs that support UW-Madison’s mission and strategic priorities as well as the Wisconsin Idea.
I-LEaP, Instructor Learning Environment and Pedagogics, focuses on observing and evaluating the core teaching pedagogy of faculty on the UW-Campus.
Madison Teaching and Learning Excellence (MTLE) aims to improve undergraduate education at UW-Madison by supporting early-career faculty to become fast, effective, and efficient starters in teaching.
The Teaching Academy works to promote, recognize, and support teaching and learning excellence in the UW-Madison community.
The Delta Program in Research, Teaching and Learning promotes the development of a future national faculty in the natural and social sciences, engineering, and mathematics that is committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse student audiences as part of their professional careers.
Resources on innovative teaching methods.
- Flipping Courses: Transitioning from Traditional Courses to a Blended-Learning Approach, UW Office of Quality Improvement, 2013. Flipped Courses Guidelines UW-OQI
- Carl E. Wieman, “Large-scale comparison of science teaching methods sends clear message,” PNAS, vol. 111, no. 23, pp. 8319-8320.