Texas A&M University-Kingsville

CTE Annual Conference

Together with the Center for Student Success and the Title V PSSST Grant, the Center for Teaching Effectiveness co-hosts an annual conference on student success and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Conference themes focus on effective pedagogical practices, theoretical foundations, student engagement, distance education, and other current issues in the field, with a focus on culturally and linguistically diverse student populations.  Oral and poster presentations, panel discussions, and keynote speeches addressing the conference theme compose the conference agenda. Participants include faculty and students from TAMU-K, as well as faculty from area universities.

Theme: Writing for Learning
Keynote: “Making Writing Intensive Classes Work,” by Dr. Martha Townsend, University of Missouri

Theme: Best Teaching and Learning Practices for Hispanic Serving Institutions
Keynote: “What Makes Teaching Learner-centered,” by Dr. Maryellen Weimer, Professor Emeritus, Penn State University

Theme: Best Practices for Hispanic Serving Institutions
Keynote: “What the Best College Teachers Do,” by Dr. Ken Bain, Provost and Vice president for Academic Affairs and Professor of History and Urban Education, University of the District of Columbia


Friday, January 23, 2015. 3rd Annual South Texas Student Success Conference

Writing for Learning

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