Centre for Teaching ExcellenceTeaching and Learning Symposium
Call for Proposals
The Centre for Teaching Excellence invites faculty to submit proposals for our annual Teaching and Learning Symposium May 6-10, 2019.
The Symposium brings the Capilano faculty community together to share innovative ideas around scholarly teaching and learning, effective teaching practices, resources, research, and the use of educational technologies.
The deadline for proposals is now extended to March 22, 2019
Interactive Workshops: 60 minutes or 90 minutes
Describe an innovative approach to teaching, a conceptual tool you found useful, the impact of a teaching approach on student learning, share educational technology tools, interdisciplinary collaborations and more.
Roundtable Discussions: 60 minutes (3 X 20 minutes)
These informal roundtables will be an opportunity to share with your colleagues in short but impactful sessions. Sessions run 3 X 20 minutes with participants changing tables every 20 minutes. Topic ideas: A new teaching strategy or tool, experiential learning, scholarship of teaching and learning, interdisciplinary approaches, an area you are looking for collaboration on, etc.
Lightening Talks: 5 Slides 5 minutes
Quick highlights of a teaching practice, success story, research or an initiative you would like to share with your colleagues.
Proposal Review Criteria
Relevance of proposal to teaching and learning at Capilano
Relevance to faculty across disciplines
Clairty of intended session objectives/outcomes
To submit your proposal(s), complete the form below and click submit button at the bottom.
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