Teaching and Learning Strategies

Teaching and Learning Activities Showcase
Friday, 4/24/2015, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Penn State Harrisburg, New Kensington and Hazleton

Have you ever wondered what secrets the most successful hybrid and online instructors have? Would you like to expand your horizons and speak directly to faculty and learning designers who develop and use eLearning activities and strategies in their classes?

Then, join us at the Teaching and Learning Activities Showcase where your faculty and learning designer colleagues will be bringing their projects to each of the three campuses and sharing them in a science-fair like environment. Attendees will have the opportunity to see a wide variety of solutions to common eLearning challenges we all face, and to talk with the presenters about the tools, technologies and instructional strategies they used to build them.

This event is offered at three Locations: Penn State Harrisburg, Penn State Hazleton, and Penn State New Kensington.

Luncheon Keynote Address (via Adobe Connect): Curtis Bonk, University of Indiana, author of TEC-VARIETY.


Would you like to be an exhibitor?

We would like to invite proposal submissions for hybrid or online classroom projects and activities for exhibition in a science-fair like environment at the Teaching and Learning Activities Showcase, co-sponsored by the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, Penn State Harrisburg, Penn State Hazleton, and Penn State New Kensington.

Sharing your work at the Teaching and Learning Activities Showcase is an extremely unique and valuable learning opportunity.

You get to widely share your activities with your colleagues and answer their questions directly. In addition, you can receive feedback from attendees and expand on your ideas and strategies.

Would you like to exhibit? Start by filling out the proposal form. Additional event details are included in the form.

Deadline for submission is Wednesday, March 23. You will be notified by March 27 of acceptance.

Each successful presenter will be provided with space to set up their presentation materials. Presenters are responsible for bringing and setting up their own demonstration materials (i.e., handouts, a poster, a laptop or tablet, etc.).

Please direct questions to Cindy Decker Raynak or Deborah Sillman.