Sponsored by Cayuga Community College, Corning Community College, Finger Lakes Community College, Onondaga Community College, Mohawk Valley Community College, and Tompkins Cortland Community College
"You cannot teach today the same way you did yesterday to prepare students for tomorrow."
- John Dewey
Give yourself the gift of time spent with colleagues to connect, collaborate, and celebrate our vital work improving learning for our students and ourselves.
April 11, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m
Gordon Student Center
Onondaga Community College
Keynote Address "The New Science of Learning"
Our Keynote Speaker will be Terry Doyle, author, educational consultant and professor of reading at Ferris State University for the past 37 years. From 1998 to spring of 2009 he was the Senior Instructor for Faculty Development and Coordinator of the New to Ferris Faculty Transition Program for the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning at Ferris State University.
Terry has presented over seventy-five workshops on teaching and learning topics at regional, national and international conferences and has worked with faculty on one hundred and twenty different colleges and universities around the world over the past several years. His presentations focus on ways to assist higher education faculty in becoming learner centered teachers and how faculty can apply new findings from neuroscience, biology and cognitive science in their teaching to improve students’ learning.
He is the author of three books that focus on the application of neuroscience, biology and cognitive science to teaching and learning. The first is Helping Students Learn in a Learner Centered Environment: A Guide to Teaching in Higher Education, published by Stylus, 2008. His 2011 book is titled Learner Centered Teaching: Putting the Research into Practice published by Stylus and was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education's Selected New Books in Higher Education in 2012 His most recent book published in August 2013, co-authored with Dr. Todd Zakrajsek and written for college students, is The New Science of Learning: How to Learn in Harmony with Your Brain also by Stylus. Terry also co-authored the book New Faculty Transition -An Ideal Program published in 2004.
Numerous resources can be found at his web site at http://learnercenteredteaching.wordpress.com/about/.
|8-8:45||Continental Breakfast and Registration|
Register by April 1 using the process provided by the representative for your campus (listed below). Registration is limited to faculty and staff of the sponsoring institutions.
You will be sent an email with additional information and the opportunity to register for individual concurrent sessions after April 1. Dress is business casual.
The $35 registration fee includes continental breakfast and lunch. Menus will be peanut-free and include gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options.
If you have a need for a specific disability-related accommodation or auxiliary aid, please notify your campus representative by April 1.
Questions and Registration
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