Concurrent Sessions


The Teaching Professor Annual Conference brings teachers just like you from around the country to present their best thinking, solutions, and strategies on teaching and learning topics faced by educators today. Concurrent sessions are peer selected in several ways. Outstanding presenters from the previous conference—as evaluated by conference attendees—return for invited sessions with either an updated or reprised version of their top-scoring presentation. After an open call for proposals, the conference advisory board members choose selected sessions through a rigorous blind review process. Finally, the advisory board determines trends or topics not addressed by the selected sessions and creates content in these areas. Sessions will be announced in early February of 2020.

Look for sessions in the tracks: Learner-Centered Course Design, Student Engagement, Teaching Specific Types of Students, Instructional Vitality: Ways to Keep Teaching Fresh and Invigorated, New Faculty, Grading and Feedback that Promotes Learning, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), Teaching and Learning with Technology, Faculty Development, Teaching Health Science Majors, and Teaching Professional Majors.

 

The Teaching Professor Conference 2020 presentation