Pratt Teaching and Learning Forum
Friday, September 21, 2018
8:30 AM-4 PM
Pratt Student Union, Brooklyn Campus

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We are delighted to invite you to Pratt's Teaching and Learning Fall 2018 Forum. President Frances Bronet will welcome the attendees, and Provost Kirk E. Pillow will introduce keynote speaker Nancy Budwig, who will talk about the role Pratt might play in re-imagining liberal and professional education. The day's programming will feature presentations and workshops led by Pratt faculty and staff, who will address three aspects of teaching and learning: 1) the problems and challenges of teaching and learning, 2) current possibilities for addressing these challenges based on research and practice, and 3) future directions given the changing nature of the disciplines and fields in art and design.

Reservations are required. View the forum program.

INAUGURAL TEACHING AND LEARNING FALL FORUM SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE

8:30 AM - Breakfast
9:15–9:30 AM - Welcome - President Frances Bronet
9:30–10:30  AM - Keynote address
10:40–11:40  AM - PechaKucha Presentation
11:40 AM–12  PM - Pick up box lunches and walk to workshops
12–1 PM - Interactive Workshops   
1:15–2:15 PM - Interactive Workshops
2:30–4 PM - Poster Session and Reception

 

9:15-10:30 AM

WELCOME

President Frances Bronet

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Provost Kirk Pillow, Introduction of Keynote Speaker

Nancy Budwig, Professor of Psychology, Clark University and Senior Fellow, Association of American Colleges and Universities

"Integrative learning and equity-minded practice: The special role for Pratt Institute in reimagining liberal and professional education"

Nancy Budwig is a Professor of Psychology at Clark University and a Senior Fellow at the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). As Associate Provost at Clark, she played a leadership role in developing and implementing Clark’s Liberal Education and Effective Practice (LEEP) curricular framework and led Clark’s team in AAC&U’s consortium on Facilitating Faculty Leadership for Integrative Learning. Most recently she coordinated AAC&U’s LEAP Challenge Capstone and Signature Work project. Her work has been published in Peer Review and Change. Further information.

 

SPECIAL THANKS

Special thanks to
Blick Art Materials for their generous donation.

Special thanks to
the Teaching and Learning Fall Forum Planning Committee
Russ Abel (Library),
Brian Brooks (Foundation),
Maura Connelly (SLAS),
Chelsea Limbird (SoD),
Jonathan Scelsa (Architecture),
Dina Weiss (SoA),
Heather Lewis (Assessment for Learning) and
Judit Torok (Director Center for Teaching and Learning).