TEACHx, Northwestern's annual symposium that brings together instructors, students, learning designers, and technology specialists to make connections, begin collaborations, and learn from their peers, is returning to the Norris University Center in Evanston on May 22-23, 2019.
This year we are excited to announce that TEACHx is expanding to include a half-day pre-conference. Workshop sessions will be presented during the pre-conference on Wednesday, May 22. Other session types will be presented during the conference on Thursday, May 23.
Please submit your TEACHx 2019 session proposals by March 1, 2019.
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 2019 will focus on the theme of student-centered learning. Proposals addressing other themes are also welcome.
- Pre-Conference Workshop: This new session format is available as part of the pre-conference. Workshops give you the opportunity to spend more time with your participants, allowing you to dig deeper into a particular topic or tool. Workshop proposals can fit into either 90-minute or three-hour time slots and should be highly interactive, with the goal of engaging participants through structured activities.
- Interactive Presentation: These sessions include 25 minutes of presentation time and 10 minutes for audience engagement or 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.
- Other: Do you have an innovative idea for a session that doesn’t quite fit one of the formats listed here? We’d like to hear about it! Please be as clear as possible about your idea and the suggested format, including time and any space considerations.