The CSU symposium below is worth attending if you’re interested in gaining new student success strategies related to inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. There are many great presentations on the schedule including a couple from Chico State faculty. The $50 Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch on both Friday and Saturday. If you’re only interested in the virtual sessions, registration is free.
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Registration for the 22nd Annual CSU Symposium on Teaching and Learning, at California State University Fullerton, on March 13-14, 2020, is open!
This year’s theme is “IDEAS: Inclusion, Diversity, Accessibility, and Student Success.” Hosted by CSU Fullerton’s Faculty Development Center in collaboration with the CSU Institute for Teaching and Learning, this year’s symposium provides an opportunity to explore IDEAS imperative to education in a state as diverse as California. All those committed to student success in higher education are welcome to attend.
The keynote speaker for the symposium on March 13 is Deborah Santiago, COO of Excelencia in Education, who will address ways for minority-enrolling institutions to become institutions that truly serve minoritized students.
There will be two pre-symposium workshops from 9:00 am – Noon on Friday, March 13. There is no additional fee to attend a workshop, but space is limited:
- An Introduction to Inquiry-Based Learning
- Supporting Disciplinary Learning through Deeper Reading and Metacognitive Conversation
New this year is a series of five virtual sessions, from 8:15 am-11:45 am on Friday, March 13. These sessions feature presentations on immersive and virtual reality, teaching and learning for social justice, and a sneak peek at an online teaching essentials course.
- Attend these FREE sessions from the office, from home, or while at the symposium.
- Those not attending the symposium in Fullerton should register, and select “virtual only.”
The symposium features presentations by California State University and California Community College faculty related to empowering first-generation students; supporting students in first-year writing, math, and quantitative reasoning; equity, inclusion, accessibility and strength-based pedagogies; assessment for improvement; technology, innovation, and online and blended learning; and the incorporation of mindfulness and wellness.
For the schedule, list of presenters, travel information, and more, visit the symposium website, or contact The Faculty Development Center at Fullerton.