2019 Teaching and Learning Conference
St. John's, NL
CITL is excited to host Memorial University's 2019 Teaching and Learning Conference.
This year, the conference will focus on Memorial’s renewed Teaching and Learning Framework 2023. Placing the student educational experience at its core, the renewed TLF calls on staff, educators and academic leaders to increase collaborative and interdisciplinary initiatives that enable student accessibility, deepen learners’ engagement and facilitate student success.
As such, the theme for this year's conference is Strengthening Our Educational Experience: Accessibility, Engagement and Student Success.
A primary goal of the conference is for faculty, instructors, staff and students to think about ways we can collaborate to strengthen our educational experience with respect to accessibility, engagement and student success.
All educators, staff and students at any of Memorial’s campuses with an interest in teaching and learning are welcome to attend.
Registration is free. To register, please complete the following form:
We invite educators, researchers, staff and students to come together and explore how we can strengthen the educational experience at Memorial University.
Interested in submitting a proposal for a conference session? The call for proposals is now open.
Deadline for proposals: March 18, 2019
Bryan Dewsbury, PhD
Assistant professor, Department of Biology
University of Rhode Island
Dr. Bryan Dewsbury is assistant professor in the department of biology at the University of Rhode Island, and the Principal Investigator of the SEAS (Science Education And Society) Research program.
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