Active Teaching Lab

First Tuesday of the Month, 12:00 – 1:00pm – via Zoom!


Up Next in Active Teaching Lab!

Ed PriceKathy Pinkowsky

Transition like a Champ! – Embracing New Quizzes

Ed Price and Kathy Pinkowsky | May 3 | 12:00 – 1:00pm
In this presentation, Ed Price and Kathy Pinkowsky will discuss the upcoming migration to Canvas’ new quizzing tool. They will showcase functionality, walk through the migration timeline, and provide you an opportunity to play with its features.

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Future Sessions





Past Sessions

Beaker Decoration

There’s no Back Row when we Jam: Facilitating and documenting collaborative work with Google Jamboard

Heidi Anoszko | April 5 | 12:00 – 1:00pm
Heidi Anosko will share several ways the UWM Libraries leverage Jamboard to enhance participation in library instruction and engage participants. She will then lead a collaborative mind-mapping exercise to introduce you to the versatility and simplicity of the tool.

Session Recording

Beaker Decoration

Improving the Feedback we get from our Students

Susan Hersh | March 1 | 12:00 – 1:00pm
Susan Hersh shares how she gleans actionable feedback from her students throughout the semester. Not only can Susan use this feedback to improve her course, but finds it opens wider the door of communication between her and her students.

Session Recording

Christopher Willey

Better Feedback for your Students

Christopher Willey | February 1 | 12:00 – 1:00pm
Join us as Christopher Willey shares strategies he uses to give his students more impactful and usable feedback. These strategies revolve around one simple question: “what kind of feedback do you like?” 

Session Recording | Session’s Collaborative Miro Board