July 23, 2018

Annual Conference (ITL)

Innovations in Teaching & Learning (ITL)

11th Annual Theme: “Teaching the Whole Student”

Friday, September 27, 2019


Johnson Center, Fairfax Campus

Join us for a day of 30+ inspiring conference sessions (led by Mason instructors and our keynote speaker) that showcase strategies and tips to support student learning in and out of the classroom. Faculty from all ranks/disciplines, graduate students, and members of support offices are welcome.

For this year’s theme, we invite members of the Mason community to reflect on how instructors adjust various aspects of their teaching practice to support the “whole” student through their Mason learning experience. These aspects could be inclusive teaching practices, strategies for making traditionally “hidden curriculum” visible, welcoming student voices and feedback, etc.

Call for Proposals

Please consider submitting a session proposal. See the Request for Proposals page for more information.

Seeking Reviewers

Please consider serving as a volunteer at the conference on September 27th. If interested, please complete our volunteer application form.

Seeking Quick Teaching Tips

Not all teaching ideas fit in a session format. We are seeking teaching tips or strategies that can be explained in less than a minute to share with participants. If you have one to share, please complete our reviewer 1-Minute Teaching Tip form.

About the Speaker

Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference 2018

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