The theme of the 2014 Spring Forum is Constructing Pathways to Learning. Based on the Strategic Plan, the following sub-themes are being expanded upon in this Spring Forum:
- Student-Friendly: based on Level 1.1—Develop a more student-centric campus to recruit and retain qualified students
- Student-Focused: based on Lever 1.3—Reduce net costs to students
- Student-Centered: based on Lever 3.1.1—Transform academics (by creating student-centered online, face-to-face and hybrid courses
We will be joined by representatives from McGraw-Hill Education and Pearson.
The Spring Forum on Teaching and Technology is limited to 40 UMSL Faculty. Please register early since space is limited.
9:00 | Registration - Express Scripts Hall (ESH) - 1st Floor Hallway
9:30 | Welcome - ESH 103
Peggy Cohen, Director, Center for Teaching and Learning and Associate Provost for Professional Development
9:45-10:45 | Constructing Pathways to Learning: The Student Perspective - ESH 103
11:00-Noon | Choose One of the Following UMSL Faculty-Led Sessions:
Practical Steps Toward Helping Students Connect to Your Face-to-Face Course - ESH 103
Michael Howard, Biology
The Best of Both Worlds: Discovering Pathways to Learning in Hybrid Courses - ESH 005
Steve Moehrle, Accounting
Learner-Centered Approaches in Online Courses: The Why and the How - ESH 106
Beth Huebner, Criminology and Criminal Justice
12:15 | Lunch is Served! - ESH 103
McGraw-Hill and Pearson share how they can reduce student costs while enhancing student resources.
1:15-2:15 | Publisher Showcase: Pearson - ESH 103
Pearson will display its e-Resource options.
1:15-2:15 | Publisher Showcase: McGraw-Hill - ESH 104
McGraw-Hill will display its e-Resource options4