May 30-31, 2019 - Atlanta, Georgia
This course will provide a foundation in instructional philosophy, techniques, and assessment for law librarians by law librarians. Unlike other similar courses provided by other organizations, this program will be a peer-to-peer, hands-on learning environment where we will be able to leverage our collective similar experiences to enhance the work that we do.
- Instructional design and planning, including instructional design and cognitive theory, developing learning outcomes and creating rigorous assessments;
- Presentation and delivery, including employing a variety of teaching methods, including presentation styles, delivery, and visual aids, and utilizing current and developing technologies in the delivery of information; and
- Assessment and metrics, including developing formative and summative assessments, revising instruction based on feedback, and using technology to analyze assessment data.
Registration limited to 40 participants. Registration will begin on January 22, 2019 at 1pm Eastern time. Please register using the link to "Teaching the Teachers Conference Website" on the right sidebar.
Cost of attendance is $95. Participants are responsible for lodging and dinner meals. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
We look forward to seeing you in May!