Title: Teaching Talks: Shifting Pedagogy Toward the New Reality
Date: Friday, February 21, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Dunham Hall Theatre
About: The changing landscape of higher education in recent years presents many challenges for teaching and learning at SIUE. How might the impact of these challenges affect what we do and how we do it? What issues are faculty and students facing as they adjust to these realities?
Faculty members who have participated in discussions related to these and other questions have some ideas to share. There are alternative approaches to teaching that may better meet the demands of today’s higher education climate. The purpose of “Teaching Talks” is to disseminate and discuss these ideas.
We hope you can join us for some or all of these talks. Please see the attached announcement for a schedule of the talks. If you are busy on the 21st, you will have the opportunity to view the talks at a later time and participate in online discussions of the issues surrounding our current challenges. If you have any questions, contact Faith Liebl (email@example.com), Chair of the Faculty Development Council.
Title: Seventh Annual Teaching and Technology Conference
Date: Thursday, March 13 and Friday, March 14
Location: Missouri S&T Campus-Rolla, Missouri, Butler-Carlton Hall
Information: The theme for this years conference is Student Engagement. EdTech is looking for presentations that showcase how technology can be used to help engage students in all stages of their learning process. EdTech will review all submissions regardless of content.
Title: Transformative Learning Conference 2014
Date: Friday, March 28
Location: University of Central Oklahoma- Nigh University Center
Information: The concept and process of Transformative Learning continue to be at the forefront of discussion and research in the Higher Education community. The future of Transformative Learning has immense potential to change the delivery of education and move students toward a more complete and universal learning experience. This year's conference theme is centered on the collaborative and innovative proccesses institutions must engage in to organize and quantify this dynamic learning paradigm. Join attendees from across the globe to share ideas, practices, and successes in mobilizing resources to create transformative learning experiences and to consider best practice in assessing this experience.
For information, contact:
Dr. Lynn Bartels at firstname.lastname@example.org