Celebrating Teaching Day Poster Session 2022

Dr. Emily Weigel, Academic Professional in Biological Sciences, presents her poster at Celebrating Teaching Day 2019

 

Thank you for your interest in presenting a poster at Celebrating Teaching Day 2021. Celebrating Teaching Day is an annual event hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning that honors and celebrates the dedication of Georgia Tech faculty and instructors who create engaging, challenging and supportive learning experiences for their students throughout the year. This year, Celebrating Teaching Day will be virtual but will still include both a keynote speaker and the poster session. Mark your calendars with these dates:

  • Recording is now available: Keynote presentation by Dr. Barbara Oakley, on "Uncommon Sense Teaching: Practical Tips from Neuroscience to Help Students Learn"
  • Thurs, April 7, 10:30am-12:30pm: Poster Session (in person!), Dalney Building Conference Room (located behind the EcoCommons in the northern part of the Georgia Tech main campus. Click here to see the map.)

Posters may be about any recent educational initiative, such as an innovative teaching strategy, course design, development or use of learning technology, program, etc.  You may also highlight a service you provide to support teaching and learning at Georgia Tech. Visit the 2021 Celebrating Teaching Day, 2020 Celebrating Teaching Day, 2019 Celebrating Teaching Day and 2018 Celebrating Teaching Day pages to see examples of posters that showcase inventive pedagogical initiatives underway by Georgia Tech peers committed to student learning.T

All presenters will be provided with a 30"x40" foam board (unless you specified something different).  We recommend that you pick up the foam board for your poster from the CTL suite (CULC 457) by April 1st in order to mount your poster in advance. For poster printing, we recommend that you make use of the resources available at the the Media Scholarship Commons in the Library (Price Gilbert, 3rd Floor), where you can inexpensively use the wide plotters to print your posters. They have tech support available, too (check their website for hours).  Here is the form for submitting a poster for printing.

In addition to presenting your poster in person, we encourage presenters to submit a .pdf of their poster and short video explaining their educational initiative that we may link to from the 2022 Celebrating Teaching Day webpage.

Please fill out the form below to let us know if you will contribute a poster for this year's event.

We look forward to seeing you at Celebrating Teaching Day 2022!  If you have any questions or would like to contribute a poster, please contact Dr. Carol Subiño Sullivan, Assistant Director, Faculty Teaching and Learning Initiatives, at csubino@gatech.edu.

We use this information to track participation and interest in CTL programs according to specific metrics, so please choose one of these titles if it applies to you -- even if you have an additional role on campus (e.g., vice provost; chair; dean; director; etc.).
Please provide a brief description about your poster. This information will be used for planning purposes (e.g. to help us group poster presentations by broad theme) and not shared publicly. You do not need to provide us with your poster title or other material at this time.
If the poster you are presenting is connected to a faculty learning community, faculty fellows group, or education related group with which you are affiiated, please let us know by selecting one of the options below.
All poster presenters will have access to a 30"x40" foam board and an easel. A limited number of tables and/or power strips may be made available upon request. Select more than one option by holding CTRL or Command on your computer keyboard as you select each option.
If more than one person will present the poster, please list their name(s) here so that they may be included in the program. Only presenter 1 will receive an email confirmation, so please remind your co-presenters to put April 7, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Caddell Atrium, on their calendars and to register for Celebrating Teaching Day: https://ctl.gatech.edu/content/celebrating-teaching-day-2022
The keynote speaker is Dr. Barbara Oakley who will present "Uncommon Sense Teaching: Practical Tips from Neuroscience to Help Students Learn" on Tuesday, March 15, 11:00am-12:15pm. The presentation will be virtual via Zoom: https://gatech.zoom.us/j/98486602745

 

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