Teaching Festival Schedule Feb. 12-16

Jan. 26, 2018

2018 Teaching Festival Call for Prosposals

The entire campus community is invited to participate in Webster’s yearly Teaching Festival, to be held Feb. 12-16. This year’s Teaching Festival will feature workshops, poster presentations, panels, and roundtable discussions by Webster faculty, students, and staff on the theme “Teaching Toolkit for Engaged Learning.” 

Participants are encouraged to RSVP for sessions they would like to attend. View the complete program of activities at the 2018 Teaching Festival website.

Highlights of the week’s activities include:

Monday: Reception & Open House

A poster session with a reception and open house at the Academic Resource Center, Loretto Hall 40. The poster session will feature presentations on a wide variety of teaching and learning topics, including case studies and simulations to promote engaged learning, undergraduate research and study abroad as high-impact practices, and resources in the Webster network that support student success and motivation. The Academic Resource Center Open House will showcase services that support student success, and refreshments will be available.

Thursday: Faculty Research Presentations

On Thursday, the Faculty Research Symposium, a day of presentations by faculty on their current research, performances, art pieces, and more.

Throughout the Week

Workshops, panels, and roundtables on topics related to engaged learning and student success.

The Teaching Festival is brought to you by the Faculty Development Center, the Academic Resource Center, the Online Learning Center, and the University Libraries. For more information, please contact Liza Dister, faculty development coordinator, at edister17@webster.edu.

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