CSU 2020 Symposium on Teaching and Learning Update:
The decision to postpone the symposium was a difficult one, and we are grateful to have created space to prepare to keep teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chancellor’s Office will refund registrations fees. Those who have paid will be notified by email when refunds have been processed. If we are able to hold the symposium September 25-26, 2020, as we hope, we will invite everyone scheduled to present and all those who were planning to attend to register again in early to mid-August.
CSU2020 has been Postponed
New Symposium Dates, September 25 & 26 at CSUF
About the Annual CSU Symposium on Teaching and Learning
The CSU Symposium champions the advancement of educator and student success. The Symposium facilitates the discussion of innovative ideas and the exploration of the best learning practices. Peer-reviewed presentations are the highlight of the Symposium and focus on ways to enable excellent teaching leading to student success. Different CSU campuses have the privilege to host the Symposium. CSU Fullerton is honored to host the CSU Symposium this year. The Symposium is generously supported by the CSU System-wide Faculty Development Council and the Institute for Teaching and Learning at the Chancellor’s Office.
About this year’s Symposium theme, IDEAS
This year’s theme for the CSU Symposium on Teaching and Learning is IDEAS: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Student Success. This theme provides an opportunity for participants to explore topics crucial to the success of higher education. As educators, it is imperative that we continually acknowledge the valuable life experiences that all learners, including ourselves, bring to our educational environment. The purpose of the symposium is to challenge our biases, affirm our commitment to current best practices in inclusive pedagogy, acknowledge the achievements of our peers, encourage one another, and recharge ourselves as educators. Please join us as we celebrate what faculty are doing and explore ways that we can improve education for the next generation.