Teaching Excellence is Happening HERE! Share your Stories at the Teaching Excellence Symposium!

February 26, 2019

What inspiring things do you do as an educator that no one else knows about? The Teaching Excellence Symposium (March 29th) is an opportunity to share your stories of teaching excellence, inspiration, innovation, and impact.


Symposium and Proposal Formats  

Poster Presentation - Open session highlighting inspiring, innovative, and/or impactful work around teaching and learning practice, research, and vision.

Lightning Talk - Dynamic five-minute presentation focused on one idea, story, or practice.  For the audience, the lightning talk is an opportunity to find inspiration. For those giving a lighting talk, it is a thought seed that attracts people to a follow-up roundtable that you will host. Lightning Talk Tips

Roundtable (30-minute) - A facilitated conversation on a wide range of teaching and learning topics. It is an opportunity to dive a little deeper into topics to envision new ideas, approaches, and actions.

NOTE: Proposals are accepted for lighting talks and/or roundtable discussions.  

We hope that sessions addressing this theme will consider the questions:

  • What inspires you as an educator?

  • What are some ways that you inspire students to think differently?

  • Where do you see examples of inspired student learning in practice?

Want to attend? REGISTER HERE! The deadline to register is March 25th!


Questions? Contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at ctl@humboldt.edu or give us a call at x4461!