Call for Proposals: York College Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2014
You are cordially invited to submit a session proposal for the York College Symposium on Teaching and Learning with Technology to be held on October 31, 2014. Sessions should be designed to be interactive and to be offered in a presentation or round-table discussion format. Each session will be 40-minutes long. The symposium program will be organized around the following domains and themes:
What are best practices for designing online, hybrid or face-to-face learning facilitated by technology?
How does choice of pedagogy influence selection of technology tools for learning?
What are the challenges associated with designing learner-centered instruction with technology?
What are ways to engage student learning that augment the technology-rich world in which we live, work, communicate and are entertained?
What instructional strategies motivate students to learn, and what technology tools can be used to support such strategies?
Assessment for and of learning:
How can formative assessment be used to improve student learning?
What technology tools can be used to support assessment for/of learning and how?
What are effective ways to assess student learning in online and face-to-face environments using technology?
What are the challenges associated with assessing student learning in a technology-rich environment?
Proposals should be sent to Wenying Huang-Stolte at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 8, 2014. Acceptance will be announced by the end of September.
The Academic Computing and Educational Technology (ACET)
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)