If you have already registered for an Early Fall Start Discovery Seminar, you can also take this two-credit seminar to maximize your learning.
Learn about theories of learning – how it happens and what it is. The University of Washington is a place where knowledge is created. Investigate the learning process as negotiated in this environment and understand how to maximize your learning potential as a student.
What the course covers
In this course, students will:
- examine basic learning theories.
- explore how to apply these concepts to maximize their academic experiences.
- learn to become more aware and reflective about their own learning.
- build the foundations for active and intentional university-level learning.
Students interested in building the skills necessary to guide their own learning in a new academic culture and environment. This course is designed to supplement the experience of any student participating in Early Fall Start. No special preparation or prior experience is required.
This Learning Seminar fulfills two credits toward a General Education elective requirement for any degree of study.
Meets: M W, 1:30–2:30 / T Th, 1:30–2:30
Location: POP 105
Instructor: Erin Dana
Course Number: ART SCI 101
Registration for both sections is closed.
Note: Students only pay the registration fee once per quarter. A registration fee is shown but not charged during registration for this course. Students only pay the tuition fee for this course.