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Friday, February 26, 2016

The 13th Annual Teaching Professor Conference

You only have one week left to save on your registration to The Teaching Professor Conference. Secure your spot now to avoid paying full price. 

At the 13th annual Teaching Professor Conference, you’ll learn about the latest research, catch up on best practices, and enjoy a unique opportunity to network with like-minded educators from a wide range of disciplines and institutions. 

You will come away with a wealth of ideas for enhancing your pedagogy, valuable insights on the critical issues facing educators today, and an expanded network of colleagues from campuses nationwide. 

In addition to highly engaging plenary presentations, poster presentations, and preconference workshops, the conference features more than 75 concurrent sessions on: 
  • Instructional Design 
  • Activities that Engage Students 
  • Teaching Specific Types of Students 
  • Instructional Vitality 
  • Teaching and Learning with Technology 
  • Creating Climates for Learning 
  • Faculty Development 
Educate, engage, inspire 
The Teaching Professor Conference packs a lot of professional development in three days.  Your registration includes plenary presentations, poster presentations, concurrent sessions, materials, and session handouts, a reception, two breakfasts, and two lunches.  Sign up by March 4 to take advantage of our early registration pricing.  Better yet, consider sending a team and save even more with group discounts.  

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Register online using a credit card or select “bill me” and we’ll send you an invoice. 
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Download the 2016 Teaching Professor Conference brochure. (PDF) 

This conference has sold out for the past four of the past five years, and the 2016 registration numbers are ahead of those of previous years. Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in the kind of collegial exchange that supports and inspires college faculty.
Source: Magna Publications