Other National and International Conferences
June 1-3, 2012
The Teaching Professor
2012 Teaching Professor Conference—Educate • Engage • Inspire
A few reasons that you need to come to The Teaching Professor conference!
Top six reasons why you should attend
- It’s a great way to ensure that your teaching will remain fresh and invigorated.
- It’s a great way to find out new pedagogical practices that work.
- It’s a place to meet and network with colleagues also committed to teaching and learning excellence.
- It’s an opportunity to hear teaching and learning experts with national reputations.
- It’s a great place to find out about other teaching and learning resources (book, publications, programs, events).
- You can and will share what you’ve learned with others.
July 23-25, 2012
2012 Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development
Across the Globe Higher Education Learning and Teaching
The general aim of the ICED 2012 Conference is to become an international meeting point for participants to reflect and exchange ideas and experiences in researching and supporting educational development at different levels from classroom to national scales. The experiences of scholars in many countries, especially those in Asia and ASEAN, will be shared with scholars from other parts of the world. The sharing of best practice in the development of higher education will be most valuable for rethinking of quality learning and teaching paradigms for all parts of the world.
Due to the present emergency in Bangkok, the Conference Web Site is not available, and therefore it is not possible to use the electronic submission process straight away. A second Call for Papers will be circulated when the web site is up and running.
October 24-27, 2012
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
You are invited to join the 9th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, from October 24 to 27, 2012. International scholars and educators will come together to share recent work and to discuss how our collective efforts will transform the future of higher education.
Convened in the beautifully scenic, academically rich, and culturally diverse community of Hamilton, the conference will feature workshops facilitated by leading scholars in the field, distinguished international plenary speakers, panel presentations, individual paper and poster presentations, and ISSOTL’s signature Conference Commons for informal idea-sharing and networking. Please join us!