Answered By: Gabe [Research & Writing Studio] Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 Views: 194
Looking for a way to express your views on the learning environment at WWU? Then come join other students, faculty, and staff from across campus plus community members in the Teaching-Learning Academy (TLA) dialogue.
TLA is a campus-wide forum aimed at studying and strengthening the learning culture here at WWU.
Based on what past participants have said, you will have a chance to:
* hear what interested others really think about learning-related issues
* get to know others outside your area in an informal setting
* recommend good changes for teaching & learning at WWU
Extra bonus: By participating this fall, you will decide what aspect of teaching and learning the TLA will study all year.
There are four TLA dialogue group options for fall 2011 are: W@12-1:20, W@2-3:20, R@12-1:20, or R@2-3:20. We especially need more student voices in the W@2 group, but would welcome students in any and all groups.
Depending on which day you choose, the dates are Oct. 9/10, Oct. 23/24, Nov. 6/7, Nov. 20/21 and Dec. 4/5. We meet in the Libraries’ new Learning Commons, 2nd floor of Wilson Library.
To get on the list serve & sign on to a dialogue group, email Heather Dalzell, email@example.com
Students can also earn a credit for participating through Communication 339, “Applied Practicum in Communication.” If interested, contact TLA director Carmen Werder, firstname.lastname@example.org