Ready to sharpen your teaching skills?
Have you heard your colleagues mention new instructional technologies, but you’re not really sure what they do or how to use them? Do you feel like students are growing increasingly distracted by their mobile phones and iPads?
This isn’t the stuff you studied in grad school, but it is the stuff that confronts you every day that you teach.
These are some of the realities of higher education, but that doesn’t mean we are adequately prepared for them. And just when we think we get a handle on them, everything changes.
If you want to get up to speed on the issues facing instructors at institutions large and small all across the country, then you will want to attend The Teaching Professor Conference.
This is the conference presented by instructors for instructors. It hones in on the issues that matter most to you.
In a full slate of presentations and workshops, you’ll examine cutting-edge research, discuss critical issues, and look in-depth at topics including:
- Active learning
- Effective engagement strategies
- Critical thinking
- Collaborative learning
- Teaching diverse student populations
- Student performance and motivation
- Teaching with technology
- Faculty development
- Much, much more
That’s a lot to learn in one conference and for only $619. You can shave that number by registering along with colleagues.
The more of your peers who attend, the more you save. But act quickly. On February 28, early-bird specials end and prices rise.
Join us in Atlanta May 29–31 at The Teaching Professor Conference. It’s a great way to cap off another school year and prepare for the next one at the same time.