Teaching and Learning Conference 2021
This year, Memorial University’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference will be virtual, and will focus on the importance of meaningful relationships in teaching and learning with the theme, Getting to the Heart of Learning.
People crave personal and meaningful interactions in their learning and their lives. By developing enriching relationships with students, peers and members of our communities, we can create real, human connections that make a positive, lasting impact on learning experiences at Memorial.
As an institution, we have expressed a vision for teaching and learning in which Memorial connects learners and educators to each other, the community and the world (TLF 2023). It is time we focus on understanding how to develop meaningful connections, and the impact they make individually and collectively.
Educators, researchers, staff, students and alumni are invited to come together and explore how we can create and enable meaningful connections for engaged learning.
- What evidence-based strategies can we use to initiate relationship-building in the classroom (face-to-face or online)?
- How can we cultivate meaningful interactions between learners, educators and our communities?
- What role can inclusive teaching play in making connections?
- How can we assess the connections we make and their impact on learning?
As you prepare your proposal, please keep the theme and questions in mind.
Deadline for Proposals: Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Submit a proposal
Before completing the online proposal form, feel free to review the PDF version to see the questions ahead of time and to begin preparing your responses.
Once you are ready to submit a proposal for a conference session, please complete this online form:
This year's conference will be hosted virtually using a Brightspace course site, with all event information and Webex session links in one place. To register for the conference, you will use your MUN ID.
Don't have a MUN ID? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org