The 2016 Pedagogicon
The 2016 Pedagogicon
An intense, one-day conference sponsored by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
20 May 2016
Noel Studio for Academic Creativity
Eastern Kentucky University
Exploring High-Impact Educational Practices Using Scholarly and Creative Teaching
The conference theme, “Exploring High-Impact Educational Practices Using Scholarly and Creative Teaching,” encourages us, as individuals and as a field, to examine and highlight those strategies of high-impact educational practices that promote scholarly and creative teaching in highly effective instruction.
Do you have an exceptional strategy to share with an audience of instructors seeking to excel? Presenters are encouraged to engage their audience for approximately 45 minutes through a demonstration, so preference will be given to those submissions that specify how this engagement will be provided. The conference will hold an opening plenary session to focus on those strategies that constitute high-impact educational practices.
Threads: High-Impact Practices (final tracks to be determined by subject and quality of submissions):
- First-Year Experiences
- Common Intellectual Experiences
- Learning Communities
- Writing-Intensive Courses
- Collaborative Assignments and Projects
- Undergraduate Research
- Diversity/Global Learning
- Service-Learning/Community-Based Learning
- Capstone Courses and Projects
We welcome submissions by individuals and groups from the Commonwealth, across the country, and around the world.
Review of Proposals Criteria
- Clarity and coherence of the session description
- Specific examples of active engagement of participants
- Likelihood session will provide useful information, skills, ideas
- Contributions to new or innovative practices
- Relevance to conference theme and CPE foci
Deadline for Submissions: 1 February 2016
Special issue of Journal of Faculty Development on high-impact educational practices
The summer 2016 special issue of the Journal of Faculty Development will feature a best-of collection of high-impact practices assembled from concepts, strategies, and approaches presented at the Pedagogicon.
Poster presenters should print posters at 36x48. We will provide easels, foam board, and clips for each poster. Posters will be displayed in the Noel Studio Greenhouse during lunch. Presenters are welcome to set up their poster in the morning or at any time before lunch.
Click above to view the finalized 2016 Pedagogicon program.
Guest speaker Dr. Aaron Thompson, Interim President of Kentucky State University, opened the 2016 Pedagogicon. You will find his presentation attached at the bottom of the page.
Questions or Ideas?
Contact the Noel Studio for more information.
Parking and Navigating Campus
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