The annual Assessment & Teaching Conference kicks off online at 9 a.m. Feb. 12 with remarks from Provost Ann Cudd and a keynote address by Terrell Morton, assistant professor of Identity and Justice in STEM Education at the University of Missouri College of Education.
Morton holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, a master’s in neuroscience and Ph.D. in education. His talk is titled, “It is More Than Just Good Instructional Strategies: Ideologies and Praxes of Inclusive Teaching in Postsecondary STEM.”
The day-long conference, sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the University Center for Teaching and Learning, will feature two sets of breakout sessions on topics ranging from “Test Optional” Talk and Benefits of Midterm Course Surveys to Assessment Strategies in the Flex@Pitt Environment and Setting Expectations for Academic Integrity.
Get more information on the breakout sessions on the Teaching Center website. A virtual poster session will round out the day.
Registration is now open for the conference and can be accessed here.