Collegium on College Teaching Practices
This 23rd Annual Collegium will feature a thoughtful keynote, dynamic breakout sessions, celebratory teaching awards, a satisfying lunch, an engaging afternoon workshop, cool prizes, and much, much more! Let us join as a community for a wonderful day of focusing on the craft of teaching and learning as we work together to improve the quality of education on our campus.
This Year’s Theme: "Meeting Learning Where It’s At"
Wed., Aug. 17, 2022 | 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. | UCO College of Liberal Arts
Clearly, the pandemic has disrupted education in many ways. Has a “new normal” been created for good or will we return to the way things were pre-pandemic? While no one may really know the answer, at this Collegium we will collectively explore how we can be more present to what teaching and learning currently is, regardless of where this takes us…
Dr. Michael Wiederman
Michael earned a bachelor of science degree in clinical-community psychology from the University of Michigan-Flint and master’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from Bowling Green State University. He completed a pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita. Subsequently, he was a full-time psychology professor for 20 years, during which he wrote more than 250 published articles, book chapters, and books, and was a frequent expert contributor to the website Ask the Psychologist. As a professor, Michael delivered more than 5,000 class sessions and presentations.
You can also access descriptions of the sessions that Dr. Wiederman will be offering.
This Year's Schedule
8:15-8:40 a.m. – Coffee & Rolls
8:45-9:15 a.m. – Welcome from Dr. King & Provost Simmons, 21CPI Recognitions
9:15-10:20 a.m. – Keynote Presentation
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Concurrent Breakout Sessions
12:30-1:00 p.m. – Lunch & Prizes!
1:00-2:50 p.m. – Afternoon Workshop with Keynote
2:50-3:00 p.m. – More Prize Giveaways - Including an iPad!
*All events will be held in the Liberal Arts-South (LAS) Wing Building (Building #35 on the Campus Map).
Concurrent Breakout Session Submissions
If you would like to submit a proposal for one of our concurrent breakout sessions, we encourage you to do so for topics related to one of the following areas:
- Course Design, for example, sessions on Universal Design for Learning, Understanding by Design, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Students As Partners in Teaching & Learning, etc.
- Active Learning Strategies, for example, sessions on the use of Concept Mapping, Self-Regulated Learning, Team Based Learning, Narrative Pedagogies, Case Studies, etc.
- Learning Assessments, for example, sessions on using a type of assessment to improve learning such as direct, indirect, authentic, diagnostic, or formative assessments
- Learning Ecosystems, for example, sessions on inclusivity, the mindful use of technology, incorporating social-emotional dimensions of learning, etc.
- Connections & Community, for example, sessions on how to increase connections or community within and/or beyond the classroom
- Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR), for example, sessions on how to help students develop in one or more of the STLR Tenets
In addition, we are searching for proposals that would be helpful for teaching and learning, have broad appeal to faculty, account for diverse learners, contribute to better learning environments, and are learner-centered. We hope to receive many exciting proposals in these and other areas that you believe are relevant for this year's Collegium!
Proposals can be 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or 60 minutes in duration. Space allows for a maximum of up to thirty 15-minute presentations.
Note: At least one of the presenters must be a full-time UCO employee and all co-presenters will be required to pay the registration fee (referred to below).
The submission deadline is July 31, 2022.
UCO Registrations (Faculty, Staff, & Students)
Please use the following form to register for this year's Collegium:
We are reserving a limited number of seats for faculty and staff from other colleges and universities. This wonderful event is only $75 for in-person registrants and only $50 for virtual registrants. Please use the following forms to register for this year's Collegium: