Innovative educators are invited to attend the 1-day Learner Centered Teaching Conference hosted by Palomar College on February 22, 2014 from 8:00 am-4:45 pm.
Be part of the excitement of this professional development festival for learner-centered educators!
This conference will:
Provide an engaging teaching and learning environment by promoting learner-centered teaching. Recognize the expertise of NCHEA faculty members by showcasing some of the best practice active teaching techniques that faculty use in their classrooms for teaching a variety of academic subjects from accounting to zoology. Engage participants by having them use, modify, or adapt the techniques they learn at the conference for use in their own disciplines. Create a learning community of faculty members within and across San Diego region campuses who are involved in learner-centered teaching.
Summary of Conference:
This 1-day learner-centered teaching conference will be held at Palomar College on Saturday February 22, 2014. A special opening keynote speaker will kick off the day, followed by a series of breakout sessions where active learning techniques will be demonstrated by involving the participants in the learning process. There is a nominal registration fee that includes lunch and break refreshments. A closing session will feature case studies on the effectiveness of learner-centered teaching and includes a raffle of great prizes. While the emphasis will be on higher education, all teachers at schools in San Diego County will find the topics useful in their teaching. The conference is limited to the first 150 registrants.
As of February 1, 2014, the conference is sold out with 150 participants!
Note that no conference fee refunds will be allowed within 2 weeks of the date of this conference.
1140 West Mission Road
San Marcos, CA 92069