Submitted by Tim Goral on Tue, 12/03/2013 - 2:19pm
January 22-25, 2014 Grand Hyatt Hotel Washington, DC
The 2014 Annual Meeting will highlight the best campus-based work that advances leadership, creativity, and systemic change addressing three urgent and intersecting questions:
In our fascination with the promise of technology, are we paying sufficient attention to the connection between innovation and educational quality?
How can we define the quality of education if we do not adequately value students' active learning in research projects, creative work, collaborative assignments, and other practices that foster deep learning and high-level skills?
Can we judge the value of innovations by how well they create long-term opportunity, strengthen students' capacities, and reverse the most inequitable features of U.S. higher education?