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Olin College Collaboratory: Summer Institute - 0 views

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    Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences is a weeklong interactive workshop for faculty teams engaged in a curricular change effort at their own institution. Through participatory workshops, immersive design exercises, and presentations from experts, teams of faculty learn about, experience, and practice effective, engaging teaching approaches for new and meaningful STEM curricula. Through the Summer Institute experience, we aim to create a learning environment for participants that Embraces creativity, prototyping, iterating, and dreaming big, Introduces a set of tools, concepts, and language about student-centered experience design, Promotes exploration of participants' contexts in new ways and provides insight into what we do here at Olin, and Builds community among educational change agents.
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Summer Institute - Best Teachers Institute - 0 views

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    A Three-day institute based on Ken Bain's award-winning and best selling book What the Best College Teachers Do* (Harvard University Press, 2004) and James Lang's highly lauded instant classic Small Teaching (Jossey-Bass, 2016). This year's program will also feature Eric Mazur, Harvard Physics Professor who won the prestigious Minerva Prize for his contributions to teaching and learning, Mindy Maris, a brilliant new contributor to the international dialogue on teaching and learning, and ideas from Ken Bain's book What the Best College Students Do* (Harvard University Press, 2012).
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AACE - EdMedia - 0 views

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    This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.
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Leadership in Higher Education Conference | Magna Publications - 0 views

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    Higher education today is experiencing significant change, whether to curricula, technology, tenure practices, issues in student affairs, recruitment, or retention. At the same time, institutions are challenged with increased scrutiny from the academic community, accreditors, students, and parents. More than ever, effective and flexible academic and administrative leadership is critical to any institution's success. The Leadership in Higher Education Conference was created to bring much-needed professional development resources to academic leaders. In a collaborative gathering of higher education professionals, we examine trends, strategies, and best practices through a combination of plenary presentations, concurrent sessions, poster sessions, and roundtable discussions. Register today for the 2018 Leadership in Higher Education Conference, held October 18-20 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Red Rock Great Teaching Retreat - 0 views

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    This retreat is for college and university faculty. It is based on the philosophy that well facilitated shoptalk is one of the highest forms of professional development. No individual "expert" can match the collective knowledge, experience, wisdom, creativity, and genius of 30-40 teachers who are actively involved in their profession. The participants themselves are the experts at the retreat! You will meet with other teachers from different disciplines and institutions, engage in highly interactive discussions, share successful teaching strategies and innovations, seek solutions to your own teaching problems and challenges, and much more (see instructions for Prior Preparation about what to bring to the retreat). The retreat facilitators will provide structure and guidelines to help assure effective use of retreat time, but you and the other participants will decide which issues are most important and relevant to discuss. Together, we will pursue a quest for the ideal of the "great teacher." The Red Rock Great Teaching Retreat is based on the seminar model of the National Great Teachers Movement, founded in 1969 by David Gottshall. This movement continues to grow with workshops, retreats, and seminars held across the United States, Canada, and other parts of the world.
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OLC Accelerate 2017 Orlando - 0 views

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    In 2017, you won't be able to have a dialogue about higher education without discussing, in part, online learning. It's one of the fastest growing sectors in education today, and as the pace of growth accelerates, we'd like to invite you to OLC Accelerate, the premier global gathering covering this field. We chose the name OLC Accelerate because this conference is devoted to driving quality online learning, advancing best practice guidance and accelerating innovation in learning for academic leaders, educators, administrators, online learning professionals and organizations around the world.
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Teaching Professor Conference | Magna Publications - 0 views

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    Join roughly 1,000 of your colleagues from around the country for three days of learning, debate, and collaboration. Together, you'll explore: Recent pedagogical research Innovative classroom techniques The latest technology tools Emerging challenges of a global classroom Proven best practices in teaching Content rich and far ranging As always, the conference will delve deep into the subjects that matter most. Come gain important insights in areas such as: Course creation Student engagement Outcome improvement Classroom technology Assessment and feedback Closing skills gaps With multiple tracks during each session, you'll be sure to find something that interests you.
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Summer Institutes on Scientific Teaching - 1 views

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    The Summer Institutes model the scientific teaching principles they teach. We invite college and university faculty, instructional staff, and future faculty to develop teaching skills at multi-day workshops to transform the undergraduate STEM classroom. Summer Institutes draw on the expertise of both presenters and participants. Current research, active learning, assessment, and inclusive teaching are woven into the program, creating a forum to share ideas and develop innovative instructional materials to be implemented upon returning home.
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IGTLS.com - The 2017 International Great Teachers Leadership Summit - 0 views

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    We are pleased to announce that the 2017 International Great Teachers Leadership Summit will be held Tuesday-Friday, June 6-9, 2017 at the Conference Center of George Williams College of Aurora University, Lake Geneva (Williams Bay), Wisconsin. To begin the Summit, we will have "Dinner with David Gottshall" (Founder of the Great Teachers Movement) at 5:00 PM on June 6th. The quality of the venue is excellent, but space is limited, so please register early!
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ISSOTL17 Conference | ISSoTL - 0 views

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    This year's theme reflects Calgary's high elevation of 1,049 meters and the nearby Canadian Rocky Mountains peaking at 3,747 meters, dramatically shaping the city's western skyline. This theme will inspire new ideas, hope, and future-oriented thinking in the scholarship of teaching and learning.  The conference will take place from October 11 through 14, 2017.  For information about hotels, the airport, and the conference venue, click "Logistics" above.
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Leadership in Higher Education Conference | Magna Publications - 0 views

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    Leadership in Higher Education Conference will be in Atlanta, GA, October 6-8, 2016. Exclusive conference for academic chairs, deans, and administrators.
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Learning Conference | Centre for Teaching and Learning - 0 views

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    The 13th annual learning conference explores how we can design, assess, and facilitate learning that engages every learner, allowing each student to build their own knowledge and contribute their own strengths to their learning and the learning of their classmates and instructors. Together, we'll explore questions that reach through and beyond content and pedagogical content knowledge, like How can one instructor engage every student in a large class? How do instructors recognize and celebrate their students' diversity without risking microaggressions? What can instructors do before, during, and after class, face-to-face and online, to support each student? How does an instructor create and maintain an environment where every student feels welcome to contribute? What critical pedagogies empower each student's unique voice? What technologies enhance a student's ability to engage and contribute? What are the promising practices in your discipline? Can they be adapted to other disciplines? Keynote address by Dr.Sarah L.Eddy, "End of Lecture?  Active learning increases student achievement".
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Teaching with Technology Conference 2017 | Magna Publications - 0 views

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    Discover the many ways that technology in the classroom can breathe new life into your lessons when you register for the Teaching with Technology Conference from Magna Publications. Whether you teach online, face-to-face, or both, you'll obtain proven ways to enhance everyday teaching and learning as well as engage deeply with your students and elevate their academic achievement. Over the course of two-and-a-half days, you'll interact with faculty, instructional designers, faculty developers, and higher education professionals from around the globe who are committed to advancing pedagogical goals with the aid of technology.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education - 1 views

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    The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is an international association of individual teacher educators, and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
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MIIETL Summer Institute 2016 | Just another macblog site site - 0 views

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    This International Summer Institute is one of the first to be held on the topic of 'students as partners in learning and teaching in higher education'. It has several key features which make it distinctive: Key features The overall aim of the International Summer Institute is to build the capacity and understanding of faculty, staff and students to develop, design and implement initiatives to promote the practice of students as partners in learning and teaching in higher education. Faculty, staff and students in higher education are invited to come to McMaster University, about 45 minutes south of Toronto International Airport, for two, three or four days from 2-5 May 2016. Faculty and staff are encouraged where possible to bring a student with them, or students should bring a member of faculty/staff with them, to participate in either one or two consecutive two day highly interactive workshops. Alternatively teams of 4-6 faculty/staff and students (at least two of each) from an institution may apply to join a three day 'Change Institute' where they will be supported to plan the implementation of a Students as Partners initiative. Inter-institutional teams are also welcome. The Summer Institute will be facilitated by highly experienced faculty, staff and students including Peter Felten (Elon, US), Mick Healey (Healey HE Consultants, UK), Beth Marquis (McMaster, Canada) and Kelly Matthews (Queensland, Australia) The McMaster International Summer Institute has students threaded throughout every aspect of the work - from the planning to the facilitating to the participating teams.
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Center for Project Based Learning » 2017 Institute - 0 views

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    The Institute on Project-Based Learning is a 2.5 day intensive workshop where teams of five or more faculty and administrators from colleges and universities will gain knowledge about project-based learning and make tangible progress to integrate those concepts into their own curricula. The Institute is hosted and run by WPI in partnership with the Association of American Colleges & Universities, the leading national association focused on undergraduate liberal education.
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CTE - Faculty Institute for Diversity Train the Trainer Workshop - 0 views

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    The Faculty Institute for Diversity: Train the Trainer Workshop brings together a community of leaders interested in creating inclusive teaching programming on their campuses. The workshop is designed to prepare new and seasoned trainers in the development of a diversity institute tailored to your institution.
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Teaching Professor Conference | Magna Publications - 1 views

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    The 2017 Teaching Professor Conference: Cutting-Edge Learning for Exceptional Educators
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Teaching Professor Conference | Magna Publications - 0 views

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    Teachers with a passion for excellence have been flocking to The Teaching Professor Conference since 2003. There's simply no better place to explore and celebrate the art and science of teaching. Join roughly 1,000 of your colleagues from around the country for three days of learning, debate, and collaboration. Together, you'll explore: Recent pedagogical research Innovative classroom techniques The latest technology tools Emerging challenges of a global classroom Proven best practices in teaching Content rich and far ranging As always, the conference will delve deep into the subjects that matter most. Come gain important insights in areas such as: Course creation Student engagement Outcome improvement Classroom technology Assessment and feedback Closing skills gaps With multiple tracks during each session, you'll be sure to find something that interests you.
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ICLTSS'16 - 0 views

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    The 2016 International Conference on Learning, Teaching, and Student Success (ICLTSS'16), being held November 3-5, 2016 on the campus of Montana State University, is a global gathering of professionals committed to engaging in a broad discussion of "student success." As the conference theme suggests, ICLTSS organizers encourage the view that student success is everyone's business and the journey from kindergarten to career is a path inhabited by a wide variety of community stakeholders.
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