Summer Teaching Symposium (STS)
Full-time faculty are invited to join the Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ATLE) for our annual Summer Teaching Symposium. The Summer Teaching Symposium is a two-day event that focuses on teaching and learning strategies and renewal ideas for faculty members.
In general, the event involves interconnected workshops about teaching techniques and strategies in a breakout/conference format, as well as opportunities to discuss, mix, and exchange teaching stories and best practices with other faculty members from around campus. The focus is on reflection, renewal, and exposure to additional ideas on teaching and learning. We emphasize interaction across disciplines, sharing of tips and tricks, and focusing on classroom applications (turning theories into practices). The event is highly orchestrated, with an element of fun courtesy of overlapping games played throughout the event itself.
By the end of the event, faculty present to their fellow participants what they will change in their courses.
Participants must be on nine or twelve month faculty contract; this is the one event ATLE offers which is not open to graduate students or to adjuncts. Faculty are asked to attend the entire event (in other words, do not sign up if you have competing obligations during part of the workshops).
STS-07: Deep learning (May, 2020)
More information coming soon!
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Click below for the handouts and participant materials from past STS events: