- Faculty & Staff
The 10th Annual Fredonia Teaching & Learning conference focused on cultivating learning environments that strengthen student engagement and motivation. Higher education is undergoing monumental changes, including shifting student demographics and rapid technological change. Conference activities and presentations provided an opportunity to reflect on where we are, where we came from, and where we are heading. As institutions look for ways to remain competitive while continuing to provide students with quality, affordable educational opportunities, this year’s conference served as an opportunity for scholarly exchange and discussion, with the ultimate goal of improving student engagement and learning across disciplines.
Call for Proposals:
Deadline for Submissions: Monday, June 6, 2016 at Midnight
We invite proposals for presentations for the following tracks:
Concurrent Sessions (50 Minutes):
a. 100 - 175 words for 40-minute presentation (10-minutes of Q&A)
4. List audiovisual needs (computer, projector, etc.)
About the Keynote Speaker:
Michelle D. Miller is Director of the First Year Learning Initiative, Professor of Psychological Sciences, and President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Northern Arizona University. Dr. Miller's academic background is in cognitive psychology; her research interests include memory, attention, psychological impacts of technology, and student success in the early college career. Dr. Miller co-created the First Year Learning Initiative at Northern Arizona University and is active in course redesign, serving as a Redesign Scholar for the National Center for Academic Transformation. She is the author of Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology (Harvard University Press, 2014), and has written about evidence-based pedagogy in scholarly as well as general-interest publications including College Teaching, Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, and The Conversation. Dr. Miller’s current work focuses on using psychological principles to help instructors create more effective and engaging learning experiences, and to help students become more effective learners.