U-CLaSS Mar 04, 2016

U-CLaSS — Capturing Student Perspectives on Teaching and Learning


U-CLaSS (Undergraduate Chat Learn and Share Space) chats are designed to give students the opportunity to talk with instructors about common issues, challenges and possibilities in teaching and learning. The Teaching Academy seeks to facilitate discussions surrounding how to create and maintain effective and meaningful instructor-student interaction in and beyond the classroom. Students are also encouraged to share their perspectives on what works and what doesn’t work for them in the classroom on issues ranging from assignments and learning activities to assessments.

Academy members central to U-CLaSS programming include: Jamie Henke, John Zumbrunnen, David Baum, Claire Berezowitz, Chrissy Widmayer, John Pfotenhauer, Casey Gallimore, Carolyn Liesen, and Naomi Salmon, Adrian Treves, and Morton Gernsbacher.