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Summer Teaching Intensive with José Antonio Bowen

Wednesday, June 21, 2017, 10:00am-3:00pm
Keynote address and luncheon at noon

José Bowen, President of Goucher College and a leading voice in national conversations about the value and future of liberal arts education, joins the UO teaching community for a day of activity. His book Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning urges faculty to re-center the classroom experience around the human dimensions of learning and offers practical advice for how to use technology outside the classroom to boost student readiness for interaction with faculty.

He’ll offer both a workshop and a keynote address. Time is built into the day for a brief presentation by the Teaching Academy Advisory Board of new ways excellent teaching is being defined and rewarded at UO—and looked toward as expertise we need to make policy and curricular changes. And there’s time at the end of the day for faculty who attend in constituent groups to talk with one another about their goals moving forward.

EMU Cedar/Spruce Rooms
Teaching Naked: A Practical Workshop on Designing Better Classes

Technology, The Liberal Arts and the New Learning Economy: Create A Climate that Supports Student Development
Introduced by CAS Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education Ian McNeely

1:30-2 UO Teaching Academy Advisory Board
2-3pm: Constituent Group Conversations

Register me for the entire day!
Register me for the morning workshop
Register me for the luncheon and keynote

 Learn more about José Bowen’s work here.

Hosted by The College of Arts and Sciences and TEP. Additional support from the Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs a Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politic program grant.