ePortfolio Workshop for Faculty & Staff

Wed hours: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

The Writing Instruction Support Program and the Teaching-Learing Academy (TLA), in partnership with the Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment, (CIIA) and the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE), are co-sponsoring a workshop series for WWU faculty and staff featuring a portfolio expert, Dr. David Goldstein who directs the Teaching & Learning Center at UW Bothell. 

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Join us for one or more of these interactive sessions as well as for a complimentary social/working lunch.  Space is limited: RSVP  Required.

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ePortfolio Workshop for Faculty and Staff: Friday, May 2, Learning Commons (Wilson Library 2West)
* 11-12: Using ePortfolios for Assessing Individual Students' Learning: In this workshop, participants will learn how ePortfolios can enhance student learning outcomes without additional burden on the instructor by providing robust instructor feedback when students are likeliest to use the feedback.
* Noon-1: Social/Working Luncheon
* 1-2: Using ePortfolios for Program/Curriculum Assessment: Learn how administrators, advisors, and faculty members can use student ePortfolios to assess department-wide learning outcomes, and use the results to improve the curriculum to better help students learn.

For more information about this workshop, contact Carmen.Werder@wwu.edu or Justina.Brown@wwu.edu.

 

David S. Goldstein is a senior lecturer at the University of Washington Bothell, where he has taught for sixteen years, and also serves as Director of its Teaching and Learning Center, which recently won the Exemplary Teaching and Learning Center Award at an international higher education conference.  The recipient of the University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award, his research and writing lie in the scholarship of teaching and learning as well as in ethnic American literature. He earned a Ph.D. in comparative culture from the University of California, Irvine, before moving to Seattle, where he lives with two adult housemates, two teenagers, two cats, two chickens, and one wife.

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