28th Showcase on Teaching and Learning–Passion. Inspiration. Innovation.

Date:  Wednesday, August 14
Times:  8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Networking; 9:00 a.m. Faculty Presentations; 12:00 p.m. Lunch and Keynote Speaker
Location: PSU Ballroom and 3rd Floor conference rooms
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showcase_fall2013Registration is now open for the 28th Showcase on Teaching and Learning, which will be held on Wednesday, August 14, 2013. The theme for this year’s Showcase is Passion. Inspiration. Innovation. Sessions will focus on instructional strategies and best practices for motivating and engaging students.

Ken Bain, author of the best-selling books, “What the Best College Teachers Do” (2004) and “What the Best College Students Do” (2012), will be the keynote speaker at the Showcase luncheon. Bain is recognized around the world for his research in deep and sustained learning and the creation of natural critical learning environments. He combines academic research on learning and motivation with insights drawn from interviews with faculty and highly successful individuals. His most recent work identifies the key attitudes that distinguish the best college students from their peers and has been awarded the 2012 Virginia and Warren Stone prize as an outstanding book on education and society.

To register for the conference, go to My Learning Connection, click on Course Catalog and select Show All Classes; under Choose Category, highlight “Showcase on Teaching & Learning.”  Next you will select “Conference Registration” to attend the morning Faculty presentations, and “Luncheon Registration” to attend the lunch and Keynote presentation.  Once selected click on Add to Cart; then Check Out and Finalize.

If you have difficulty in registering, please contact the FCTL at 417-836-3059.

We look forward to seeing you at the 28th Showcase on Teaching and Learning.

View the 28th Showcase on Teaching and Learning flyer

Find more information about other events in this week’s Provost Communiqué.

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