CTE Biannual Conference
The Center for Teaching Effectiveness hosts a biannual conference on 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. Oral and poster presentations, panel discussions, and keynote speeches addressing the conference theme compose the conference agenda. Participants include TAMUK faculty, as well as faculty from area universities.
Upcoming Conference (2013)
Information should be posted in late summer/early fall 2012 about the 2013 conference, including the call for presentations.
Past Conference (2011)
5th Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
When: February 10 and 11, 2011
Where: Memorial Student Union Building, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Keynote speaker: José Antonio Bowen, author of “Teaching Naked: Why Removing Technology from your Classroom Will Improve Student Learning” (This page is no longer available http://www.ntlf.com/html/ti/naked.htm)
Keynote topic: The best reason to adopt technology in your courses is to increase and improve your naked, face-to-face interaction with students. Free yourself from the need to "cover" the content in the classroom, and instead use class time to demonstrate the continued value of direct student-to-faculty interaction and discussion.
Conference Program: Click here for a PDF file of the 2011 Conference Program
Features: Over 20 oral presentations and at least two poster sessions on best practices in teaching and learning
- Enhancing Learning Experiences Through Technology
- Engaging and Motivating Millennial Students
- Mentoring Millennial Students
- Graduating the “Gaming Generation” in 4 (or 6) Years
- Involving Undergraduates in Research
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This page was last updated on: June 15, 2012