Pandemic Pedagogy Research Symposium 2022
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my time
“Moving From Innovation to Transformation” When many colleges and universities returned to in-person teaching in the fall of 2021, instructors often brought with them the innovative and creative teaching practices that
“Moving From Innovation to Transformation”
When many colleges and universities returned to in-person teaching in the fall of 2021, instructors often brought with them the innovative and creative teaching practices that they had developed during the prior year. Early data and research suggest that these pandemic-born pedagogies and practices are resulting in positive outcomes such as more inclusive and equitable learning experiences, better student-centered course design, and more robust assessment practices.
As we look toward the next academic year, we are confronted with the challenge of how to scale the best new pedagogies and technologies and make them a part of the university experience for more students. How do we move from innovation to real transformation? The 2022 Pandemic Pedagogy Research Symposium will feature presentations and interactive sessions that address this critical question through empirical research and translational analyses.
The organizers and sponsors of the Symposium are committed to offering an accessible event. All sessions will be held via Zoom with live closed captioning enabled. If you have other needs in order to successfully participate in this event, please contact email@example.com.
This event is co-sponsored by Duke Learning Innovation, University of Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation, Penn’s Online Learning Initiative, Princeton’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Stanford Digital Education, University of Georgia’s Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University. It is thanks to their generous support that the Symposium is free for all to attend.
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