Transformations in Teaching and Learning:
Research and Evidence Based Practices at CUNY
What are the most effective pedagogies, policies and practices that we can use to maximize student learning at CUNY? How does research help us identify these practices? What works based on the scholarship of teaching and learning, and how do we know that it works? How can we adopt evidence based practices to improve learning in our own classrooms and throughout our campuses?
This year’s Coordinated Undergraduate Education (CUE) Conference provides an in-depth view of research and evidence based practices across the university, from the classroom, in the field, online and through collaborations and partnerships. Through a plenary overview, actual case presentations, workshops and poster sessions, faculty, administrators and staff will have an opportunity to explore and experiment with research and evidence based practices. Consider submitting a proposal about your own evidence or research based practice by the March 15th deadline.
For full information about the conference and the CFP submission process click here or visit the address below:
Friday, May 10, 2013
John Jay College
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