Northern Virginia Community College’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is proud to announce the 10th annual Power Up Your Pedagogy (PUP) Conference
Annandale Campus – January 7th and 8th.
This conference is by faculty and for faculty and proudly showcases the many and impressive talents of our teaching facultyand staff. This year’s theme Bridges: Connecting Our Past and Our Future speaks to the many changes that are entering our teaching practices and to NOVA’s upcoming 50th anniversary. We are very pleased to invite the faculty of Goucher College this year.
You are cordially invited to submit a presentation proposal for the conference. Please share your tips, research, knowledge and expertise focused on effective pedagogical practices for higher education. Presentation sessions of several different types, training sessions and poster sessions are available. Please see the full call here (click the Proposal tab).
The call for volunteers is also open. PUP’s success is very dependent on great conference volunteers! Please consider volunteering. If you have volunteered before, we welcome you back. If you are new to volunteering at PUP, we welcome you with one of the great CETL fleece vests. Volunteer here (click the Volunteers tab).
Cindy Miller, Acting CoordinatorCenter for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Associate Professor, BiologyNorthern Virginia Community Collegehttp://blogs.nvcc.edu/cetl/ https://twitter.com/NOVA_CETL http://www.nvcc.edu/cetl
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