TTLC 2019: Active and Inclusive EngagementThe 2019 Transformational Teaching and Learning Conference emphasized active and inclusive engagement, calling for a spotlight on the connections between the environments instructors create and active and inclusive engagement in teaching and learning. The conference included two days of in-person participation and showcased an inspiring gathering of the Texas A&M teaching community.
Program HighlightsTTLC 2019 hosted Dr. Sara Brownell, Arizona State University, as well as Dr. Randy Bass and Dr. Heidi Elmendorf, Georgetown University, for two dynamic keynote plenary sessions. These addresses formed the cornerstone of the conference, completed by a student-faculty dialogue opportunity and more than 90 sessions contributed by Texas A&M faculty across the two-day event.
View the program summary.
View Day 1 faculty sessions.
View Day 2 faculty sessions.
Celebrating & Sharing ExcellenceEvery year at TTLC, we celebrate excellence in teaching at Texas A&M University by presenting the annual Presidential Professor of Teaching Excellence awards and the annual University Professorships for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence.
Previous UPUTE recipients Dr. Janet Parish, Marketing, and Dr. Vickie Williamson, Chemistry, shared insights and perspectives on active and inclusive engagement in their classroom practices.
Thank you to all who made the 2019 conference a success!
2019 Steering Committee, special appreciation to Dr. Heather Wilkinson, Dr. Debra Fowler, Dr. James Snell, and Dr. Jocelyn Widmer.
Office of the Dean of Faculties staff, special appreciation to Sandra Harnden.
Center for Teaching Excellence staff, special appreciation to Jean Layne and Sherri MacWillie.
Instructional Technology Services staff, special appreciation to Arthur Oakley.