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Call for Proposals for Spring 2022 Faculty Development Day Extended

Posted by CTLE Team on Nov 16, 2021

There’s still time to submit a proposal for Spring 2022 Faculty Development Day! The deadline for proposal submission has been extended to Wednesday, December 1, 2021. 

The CTLE is accepting proposals for Spring 2022 Faculty Development Day where we will be “Reimagining Learning”. So much change has occurred as we have moved through the pandemic. Which changes do we hope to maintain? Which elements have you adopted in your teaching practice that you wish to highlight and continue? How have we evolved as educators? How are YOU reimagining learning? 

Theme: Reimagining Learning
Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Place: Online/Virtual
Proposal Deadline: Wednesday, December 1, 2021

  1. 50-minute presentation – single presenter
  2. 50-minute panel presentation – 2-3 presenters with a collaborative proposal

Themed tracks and possible topics include:

•  Best Practices

º  Using the D2L course shell as the backbone for an on-ground course
º  Universal Design for Learning
º  Active Learning in the on-ground, hybrid, or online class

•  Tech Tools

º  Day to day technology uses
º  Polling and Formative Assessment tools
º  Audio and Video creation tools

•  Digital Wellness

º  Social impact
º  Research in progress
º  Digital well-being in the age of social distancing

•  Diversity & Inclusion

º  Diverse content development
º  Student sense of belonging
º  Safe spaces

•  Online Teaching

º  Best practices in online teaching
º  Online teaching strategies
º  Instructor presence in the online environment

•  Trauma-Informed Teaching

º  Principles of trauma-informed teaching
º  Building relationships and community
º  Stories of trauma-informed teaching and learning

For more information on the themed tracks and to submit a proposal, visit the Faculty Development Day – Spring 2022 page on our website and complete the online form. 

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