New England Faculty Development Consortium Fall 2023 Conference
Teaching and learning everywhere is experiencing dramatic disruption, forcing educators to rethink what it means to prepare students for an uncertain future. While some disruptions certainly present opportunities for justice, change also introduces new challenges. How do we intentionally disrupt taken-for-granted conventions of higher learning rather than feeling as though the disruptions are happening to us? What practices have we put into place that work in disrupting conventions?
The conference sessions will address topics such as:
- New educational norms and disruptions
- Empowering teaching practices
- Ungrading and self-reflective teaching practices
- Leveraging AI in the classroom
- Positionality and equity in learning
Faculty, academic administrators, faculty developers, instructional designers, graduate students and anyone interested in enhancing the professional development of faculty and administrators committed to excellence in teaching and learning will find meaning and practical strategies at this fall’s conference. We hope you will join us.
Registration and information can be found at the New England Faculty Development Consortium (https://nefdc.org/upcoming-conferences/). Reach out to the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship for registration fee sponsorship.
This event is part of the Fall 2023 workshop series offered to faculty and staff through the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship.