Call for Three-Minute Presentations: The Future of Teaching and Learning in UP | An UnConference
The Task Force on the Future of Teaching and Learning in UP, through the Higher Education and Policy Reform Program of the UP CIDS, is looking for three-minute presentations for the UnConference, “The Future of Teaching and Learning in UP,” which will be held via Zoom on 18 November 2022,*** 9 am to 12 noon, Philippine Standard Time.
In this unconference, presenters will share their vision of the future of UP education. It will discuss what the UP faculty think about, among other things, how they are leveraging the digital environment in teaching and learning, and how they think we can carry that moving forward.
Instead of preset topics, the topics or strands will be derived from the proposes responses (abstracts). Strands will be given 50 minutes each, while each presenter is given three (3) minutes to present. Attendees (non-presenters) can join any of the strands, and a plenary session will cap the conference.
*** An earlier version of this announcement showed a deadline of 24 October 2022 for submissions, and 28 October as the date for the event.
Entry and Submission Guidelines and Deadlines
UP faculty are invited to reflect on these two questions:
- What do you think is the future of teaching and learning in UP?
- How can we foster honor, excellence, equity, and diversity in teaching and learning within and beyond an increasingly digital environment
Responses may be in any of the following formats:
- Photo essay, poster, or infographic
- Three-minute video, speech, performance, or song recording
Submit a 50- to 100-word abstract of your response on or before 10 November 2022. Presenters and non-presenters must register (see links above).
Organizers and Inquiries
The Task Force on the Future of Teaching and Learning in UP, through the Higher Education and Policy Reform Program of the UP CIDS. It recently published the monograph, Contemporary Issues in Higher Education, which as of 26 October, has been downloaded 1000+ times.
For inquiries about the UnConference, please contact [email protected]