PODLive! Hope and Change: Why Academic Hope Matters in Educational Development

Facilitators: Susannah McGowan, Georgetown University; Peter Felten, Elon University This interactive session connects the existing literature on educational development, the emerging literature on academic hope, and our study of several hundred faculty involved in reforming gateway courses to consider how hope factors into the work of both faculty and developers. We will explore how hope…

PODLive! Beyond Inclusion: Critical Approaches to Intercultural Competence in the Classroom

Facilitators, Matthew Goode and Stacy Grooters, Boston College This session questions whether the goal of “inclusion” in the classroom is adequate to address the challenges posed by the current political climate. It marries two schools of thought—intercultural competence and anti-oppressive pedagogies—in order to imagine a pedagogical framework that attends both to the interpersonal dynamics and…

POD Live: Increasing Access and Accessibility for Teaching and Learning Centers

Increasing Access and Accessibility for Teaching and Learning Centers Friday, May 24, 1-2 EST, Facilitator: Thomas J. Tobin, University of Wisconsin-Madison There are many resources out there to help faculty members and instructional designers to increase students’ access to content, sense of control and choice in interactions, and level of engagement with each other, instructors,…

POD-AAC&U Organizational Development Institute, Atlanta GA, January 23, 2019

2019 POD/AACU Organizational Development Institute

Developing Educational Development: Guidelines for Creating or Re-vitalizing a CTL Wednesday, January 23, 9:00 AM–5:00 PM (lunch provided) Atlanta / Hyatt Regency Hotel Held in conjunction with AAC&U’s 2019 Annual Meeting Registration for this event is closed. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please email podoffice@podnetwork.org. As our institutions seek to “reclaim…