Active Teaching Lab: International and non-traditional students — 10 ways to support
Wednesday, March 3 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmRegister
How can your course activities be better designed for returning students, or ESL speakers eight time zones away? In this responsive, participant-driven session, we’ll dig into the theme above and address your questions, challenges, solutions, and workarounds. You’ll leave with a personalized digital resource sheet.
Got questions or resources? No need to wait — jump into the Active Teaching discussion on International and non-traditional students right now.
Grounded in inclusive learning, infused with research, and connecting to the Wisconsin Experience, Active Teaching Labs help you learn more about teaching tools and equitable practices, and hear how UW-Madison instructors motivate, engage, and more effectively teach the diverse range of students we encounter. Lab Chats extend the conversation and focus on applying principles to specific learning environments and contexts.
- Add Wednesday’s Lab to your calendar: [Lab] Supporting International and non-traditional students (.ics calendar file). Click here to join the Lab
- Add Thursday’s Lab Chat to your calendar:[Lab Chat] Supporting International and non-traditional students (.ics calendar file). Click here to join the Lab Chat
Access summaries, videos, and Activity Sheets from past Labs in our eJournal: wisc.pb.unizin.org/atlejournal