How to Revolutionize Learning
The Pedagogy Day 2019 deynote address, “Revolutionizing Learning,” by Professor Cathy N. Davidson (English) is now available on YouTube. Professor Davidson is the co-founder of the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASATC).
In this workshop, Davidson looked at the origins of the modern research university and its current legacy presence. She addressed the changes we need to make now and then focused on ways that each and every one of us can begin — right now — to make changes in our own classrooms that help our students to learn better and make teaching more satisfying for professors too.
The 10th annual Pedagogy Day conference was held at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York on October 25, 2019. Pedagogy Day is a forum for doctoral students and faculty to come together to think collectively about pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in today’s diverse undergraduate classrooms. The 2019 conference, titled “Transformative Teaching,” featured workshops such as "A Beginner's Guide to Expertly Teaching as an International," "Game-Based Learning Experiences," "Project-Syllabus: Pedagogy Day Edition," "Psychology of the Workplace," and "Flipping Your Class."
Learn more about Pedagogy Day 2019.
Submitted on: FEB 20, 2020