Held annually in June since 2000, the Teaching Academy Summer Institute (TASI) is a 4-day immersive workshop for campus educators to design, redesign, or update a course. In structured sessions, TASI facilitators will help you build on your prior experiences, learn from successes and failures, and integrate evidence-based methods to enhance student learning.
At TASI, participants will explore foundations of course planning that emphasize learner-centered instruction and equity-minded practices and apply those foundations to (re)design a course.
TASI 2019 Application
June 3-6, 2019, 8:30 – 4:30.
Deadline for application has been updated to April 29th, 2019.
2019 Learning objectives:
1. Recognize how students learn and make meaning.
2. Define and articulate why learner-centered practices matter.
3. Consider institutional factors that can impact course design (e.g., classroom space, schedule, enrollment, etc.).
4. Explore a variety of instructional approaches and identify those that support students’ learning in your course.
5. Determine how to promote equity, access, and student success in your course design.
6. Apply evidence-based practices in course design.
PAST Summer Institutes
2018: Our move to the Wendt Commons WisCEL space was well received by our 44 participants who worked on a variety of curriculum design projects from across the University. View the schedule here.
2014: with a theme of The Four “I”s of Teaching: Intend-Inspire-Innovate-Invest, we had 40 participants reimagining their courses, helped by a small army of facilitators, presenters, and guests! Program here.
2012: we had 30 instructors designing and reimagining their courses, aided by a host of facilitators, presenters, and guests!
2011: there were 29 instructors re-energizing their courses, sparked by a small army of facilitators, presenters, and guests!