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2021 Collegium on College Teaching Practices

August 18, 2021

UCO Liberal Arts Building, South Wing

"How to Create a New Normal Learning Environment"

The Annual Collegium on College Teaching Practice is the kick-off event for UCO's faculty enhancement activities for the new academic year. Here you will explore learning environments, expand your professional curiosity and enhance your contribution to student success through Transformative Learning. This year's theme is "How to Create a New Normal Learning Environment" and includes morning breakout sessions (see below) and an afternoon keynote address by Dr. Mays Imad,a neuroscientist and professor of pathophysiology and biomedical ethics at Pima Community College, entitled "Harnessing the Power of Metacognition to Improve Student Learning." Faculty may attend sessions in-person or vitually.

Deans and Chairs: Wicked Problems UCO Faculty are Tackling

Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at 10:00 AM–10:50 AM CDT
Session Description

UCO faculty have been working with 21CPI's, ELA's, and STLR's various faculty support activities to investigate, research, and test solutions for many of the wicked problems in teaching, learning, and student success. Attend this session to learn about some of the challenges our faculty have taken on, and what they've discovered about what works (or not) specific to UCO classrooms.


Dr Jeff King, Ed.D, University of Central Oklahoma