The 20th CSU Symposium on University Teaching will be taking place this weekend on April 13 & 14. Here’s why students, faculty and staff should attend.
- You’ll hear the best ideas and share your own with faculty from similar disciplines.
- Get the scoop on why flipping the classroom is not all about video; it’s really all about you and your students.
- Experience how it feels when you can’t quite read or hear properly – and learn how to help your students with disabilities.
- Learn to write effective, stimulating active learning prompts.
- Challenge your assumptions about why your students do what they do – and don’t do what they don’t do!
- Make plans to apply the idea of “productive disruption” to your own classroom.
- Get inspired by the social justice ethos of one of the top educators in the country.
PolyTeach is an annual Cal Poly Pomona conference that provides an opportunity for campus conversations about technology, particularly highlighting the creative ways that faculty use technology to support student learning. The theme of PolyTeach 2018 is Student Success with a focus on the value added to student learning by state- and student-funded grant programs that support technology-enhanced teaching and learning.