We encourage all members of the Rice community to join our annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning held each January. Celebrating the outstanding teaching at Rice, the Symposium provides space for colleagues to share insights across disciplines and explore current scholarship on teaching and learning.


HOW DO WE LEARN & WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Rice University's 3rd Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning

Friday, January 15, 2016
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
McMurtry Auditorium, Duncan Hall

Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni Welcome
 

10:00 AM

"Inside the Undergraduate Classroom: Instructor Practices and Barriers to Implementing Active Learning Strategies at Rice"

Margaret Beier
Associate Professor of Psychology
Rice University

11:15 AM

Lunch and Roundtable Discussions

12:15 PM

"Teaching for Learning: Evidence-Based Strategies Designed to Help Students Learn Difficult Material"

Todd D. Zakrajsek
Executive Director, Academy of Educators
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine

Todd Zakrajsek, leading a workshop on student learning.

Todd Zakrajsek, leading a workshop on student learning.