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We invite you to participate in the 16th Annual Wakonse South Conference on College Teaching, April 5-7, 2013, at The Retreat at Balcones Springs, in Marble Falls, Texas. We hope that you will join us for what will be a productive and energizing two and a half days focused on learning and teaching.
The program is a participatory one, built around the interests and expertise of the faculty attending. This will not be a weekend you spend listening to people read papers. Rather, you will hear from your own experienced colleagues. You will reflect on your own teaching experience and share successes and failures with your colleagues. When you return to your campus, you will take with you ideas that you can adapt to your own classrooms, as well as the names of new friends and colleagues.
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Teaching with Technology Conference: The TWTC is a fantastic, no-cost learning and networking opportunity for you to interact with your colleagues and share best practices in teaching and learning. This is truly a grassroots event—highlighting the best that the entire System and surrounding schools have to offer in teaching and technology. Presenters and attendees alike will share their academic knowledge and professional experience with each other as well as discuss innovative teaching and learning methods.
Texas A&M Assessment Conference: The Texas A&M University Annual Assessment Conference shares good practice and tools for implementing assessment to enhance student learning in accordance with current policy across multiple disciplines and institutional functions in higher education.
Wakonse Conference on College Teaching: The Wakonse Fellowship brings together faculty, teaching and learning professionals from postsecondary institutions who recognize and are devoted to the inspirational aspect of the teaching and learning process. Wakonse is an organization of individuals dedicated to promoting and sharing with colleagues the excitement and satisfaction of teaching in higher education.
The Teaching Professor Conference: An exploration of the art and science of good teaching. Join colleagues from campuses nationwide to discover and discuss the latest tools and techniques for the job you love.