18th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence

January 7, 2020 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
January 8, 2020 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Howard Gittis Student Center, 200

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Call for Proposals

Temple University's Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) invites faculty and administrators to submit a proposal in any of the following three categories for the 18th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence. 

To be accepted, proposals must:

  • Build upon a foundation of published literature or include original data
  • Be applicable across disciplines and higher education institutions
  • Be non-commercial

 

Poster Session Proposal
Poster sessions will run on Tuesday, January 7th. Posters should highlight innovative and effective teaching practices and/or projects in the field of higher education. Proposals should be grounded in research on teaching and learning.

Your proposal must include:

  • Title
  • Description of poster/project (500 words maximum)
  • Citations/references

To submit your proposal, please click on the link below, fill in your information, and upload your proposal as a Word Document or PDF file. You will receive notification via email concerning the acceptance of your poster to the conference.

Click here to submit proposal (Due November 9, 2019)
 

Breakout Session Proposal
Breakout sessions will run on Wednesday, January 8th for 45 minutes each. Breakout sessions should highlight innovative and effective ways to teach with technology in higher education. Proposals should be grounded in research on teaching and learning.

Your proposal must include:

  • Title (10 words maximum)
  • Abstract (100 words maximum)
  • Brief description and outline of session (500 words maximum)
  • Citations/references

To submit your proposal, please click on the link below, fill in your information, and upload your proposal as a Word Document or PDF file. You will receive notification via email concerning the acceptance of your session to the conference.

Click here to submit proposal (Due November 9, 2019)
 

Lightning Rounds Proposal
The lightning rounds will run on Wednesday, January 8th. Lightning talks should be designed to provide a fast (no longer than 5 minutes) introduction and explanation of an innovative teaching with technology strategy followed by 5 minutes of Q&A. The facilitator will give the same talk 5 times during the session, providing participants the opportunity to visit 5 different talks.

Your proposal must include:

  • Title (10 words maximum)
  • Abstract (100 words maximum)
  • Citations/references

To submit your proposal, please click on the link below, fill in your information, and upload your proposal as a Word Document or PDF file. You will receive notification via email concerning the acceptance of your talk to the conference.

Click here to submit proposal (Due November 9, 2019)

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