This year’s theme is Equitable & Engaging Education for All
Michigan State University’s Spring Conference on Teaching and Learning is an annual venue for educators, researchers, and students to gather to share approaches, tools, and techniques that support teaching and learning. The call for proposals for the 2024 Spring Teaching and Learning Conference is now open, and we encourage your submissions.
New Conference Format
Hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation (CTLI), the conference will be held over the course of two non-consecutive days. The first day, which will be entirely online, is intentionally scheduled to better accommodate student participation. We welcome submissions that include student co-presenters or that elevate student voices. The second day, which will be entirely in-person, stands distinct from day one and will feature a different selection of sessions. Each day of the conference will have a pedagogy track and an educational technologies track, and each day each track emphasizes a specific focus content area. While the conference welcomes submissions on any teaching & learning related topics, we will prioritize submissions focused on the following content areas:
- Day 1: April 19, 2024: Synchronous, Virtual
- Pedagogy Focus Content Area: Engagement
- Educational Technology Focus Content Area: Accessibility
- Day 2: May 1, 2024: In-person, Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
- Pedagogy Focus Content Area: Assessment
- Educational Technology Focus Content Area: Generative AI
In the pedagogy track, all types of submissions are welcome. Submissions that are focused on the content area of engagement will be given priority for day 1 (online only) time slots; submissions focused on the content area of assessment will be given priority for day 2 (in-person) time slots.
In the educational technologies track, all types of submissions are welcome. Submissions that are focused on the content area of accessibility will be given priority for day 1 (online only) time slots; submissions focused on the content area of generative AI will be given priority for day 2 (in-person) time slots.
For additional information on the session formats, visit teachingcenter.msu.edu/teaching-and-learning-conference-24.
Questions regarding the conference or a submission can be sent to: email@example.com. Please include “Spring Conference” in the email subject. The conference planning committee will answer questions submitted to that email address as soon as possible.