Fall Perspectives on Teaching: Registration Open

Offered twice a year, Perspectives on Teaching is a conference designed to showcase teaching innovations at Western, and introduce instructors to best practices in student-centered instruction which can enhance the student experience.

This year, the conference will be a two-day virtual conference will focus on promoting mental health in the classroom and highlight what faculty, staff, and graduate students can do to support students', as well as their own, mental health. The topic of mental health and wellness in the classroom is an essential one, and we look forward to highlighting this conversation at our Fall Perspectives on Teaching Conference on Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 and Thursday September 3rd, 2020.

Our Keynotes include:

Teaching and Learning in a Pandemic: Strategies to Protect and Support the Mental Health of Students and Faculty
Dr. Carolyn FitzGerald, Wilfrid Laurier University

Everyday Resiliency in Times of Uncertainty
Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe, Trent University

Registration for Fall Perspectives is open to all active staff, faculty, postdoctoral scholars and graduate students at Western University. Learn more about the conference schedule and how to register through Western Connect here.