The Third Annual Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Teaching took place on Tuesday, May 2, 2017, in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC), bringing together a diverse array of scholars who are committed to research on teaching and learning. Presenters included:
- Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning through Research Faculty Scholars
- Recipients of the Provost’s 2016-2017 Grants for Advancing Undergraduate Teaching and Learning
- Northeastern faculty, staff, administrators, and students engaged in research on teaching and learning in higher education
This Year’s Theme
Connecting Experiences: Integration for Deeper Learning
Learning is strengthened and more enduring when students have an opportunity to seek connections and integrate their informal, formal, and professional learning experiences. Student growth can be amplified when we create environments that help them integrate the knowledge they have gained from their collective experiences.
How can we help students make connections across their learning experiences? What does the research tell us about teaching practices that support connected learning?
Dr. Randy Bass, Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English at Georgetown University, provided the keynote address “Innovation, Integration and Integrity: Learning Designs in the New Ecosystem.”
Visit our keynote page to learn more, or click the player below to watch Dr. Bass’s keynote presentation.
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