Third Annual Effective Teaching Practices Showcase
Friday, April 13, 2012
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Houston Room, University Center
Come learn about:
- How to apply teaching best practices effectively and efficiently
- Strategies for active learning
- Strategies for integrating technology into courses
- Strategies for integrating research into courses
- Campus resources available to support teaching
The purpose of this event is to provide a venue for faculty to learn effective teaching practices from their peers. The showcase will feature presentations by course instructors or resource experts who will share their own best practices and teaching experiences. Many of the presenters are recent or past FDIP and QEP Curriculum Grant recipients. The conference will begin with a keynote session on “Helping Students Succeed”. Resource tables will be available for browsing during the networking lunch.
The event is co-hosted by Faculty Development and Instructional Support (FDIS) and UH Learning through Discovery. Questions should be directed to Tammy Hoskings at firstname.lastname@example.org or Veronique Tran at email@example.com.
|8:00||to||9:00||Continental Breakfast & Sign-In|
“Helping Students Succeed”
Dr. Terry Doyle, Ferris State University
View the Keynote Abstract and Speaker Bio
|11:00||to||12:00||Break-out Sessions and Roundtables
View Presentation Abstracts
View Roundtable Abstracts
|12:00||to||1:00||Lunch, Networking and Resource Tables
|1:00||to||2:30||Special Presentation "Teaching Large Classes" — Terry Doyle;
Discussion facilitated by Dr. Larry Williams