The focus of this year's conference is on Lessons Learned and New Experiences from 2020. The work over the last year counts!
The committee seeks submissions that highlight how teaching, learning, and student success work pivoted to the online environment and supported students in and out of the classroom. We are especially interested in the lessons learned and the new experiences gained from the many challenges presented during the year of 2020.
The committee invites proposals from all groups or individuals within the MSU community engaged in teaching, learning, and student success.
Proposals for the Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning and Student Success are due Monday, February 22, 2021 at 5 p.m. Everyone will be notified regarding acceptance of proposals by March 15, 2021.
Suggested topics include:
- Data analytics
- Initiatives and programs that impact student success
- Learning experiences outside the classroom
- Online education
- Online student support
- Student experiences/voices
- Student success at the macro level
- Student support for environmental, cultural, and political strife
- Trauma-aware teaching
The 2021 Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Student Success is hosted by the Academic Advancement Network, the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, and the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology. You can learn more about this year’s event here.