Steps to Submit Your Proposal
TEACHx brings together instructors and staff for a day designed to showcase innovations in teaching and learning through technology. An overview of the steps to submit a proposal is below.
Step 1: Proposal Presenter(s)
Add presenter information to your submission.
Step 2: Session Information
Select your preferred session type and provide a session title and abstract; learning objectives; and engagement strategies.
Step 3: Review Schedule and Confirm
Review the TEACHx schedule to confirm that you and any co-presenters are able to attend.
TEACHx 2018 will focus on the themes of inclusive teaching and student perspectives. Proposals addressing other themes are also welcome.
- Interactive Presentation: These sessions include 25 minutes of presentation time and 10 minutes for audience engagement/interaction, for a total of 35 minutes. Interactive presentations are opportunities to present in detail on a project while enabling audience participation.
- Panel: These 35-minute facilitated conversations among panelists and the audience should focus on an issue, challenge, or idea pertinent to teaching and learning. Moderators should present a few key points to lead the discussion on this topic. The proposal should include the topic and engaging questions for discussion. List your panel moderator as the primary presenter.
- Poster Session: These physical or digital poster sessions offer the opportunity to share campus experiences through informal, brief presentations focused on effective practices, research findings, educational technology solutions, or works in progress. Digital posters will be featured on the TEACHx website.
- Solve My Problem: Do you have a problem that you would like your peers to help you solve? Propose a pedagogical or technical issue that you have encountered, and we will organize brainstorming sessions during which conference attendees, along with selected experts, will provide suggestions. (For example, “What are some alternative ways to have students present outside of class time?” or “How can I promote greater student participation, either online or in person?”)