The use of technology in teaching is the theme of the Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) Atlanta Network fall meeting at Georgia Tech. Morning and afternoon sessions will focus on using technology in student projects, using technology in the interactive classroom and using technology to facilitate collaboration and creativity. One of the afternoon sessions will include a hands-on lab with technology implemented in a Georgia Tech Physics MOOC, “The World is Your Lab.” During lunch, participants may tour the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, including science labs and innovative classrooms.
For program information and registration please visit the event website.
For information about PKAL, AAC&U’s STEM higher-education reform center, please visit: http://www.aacu.org/pkal/.
Registration is online. The general registration fee (faculty/administrators/postdocs) is $50 per person; the fee for graduate students is $10 per person and is limited to the first 15 graduate student registrants. The registration fee includes refreshments, lunch and materials. The registration deadline is October 4. Space is limited to 75 people; registration will close early if the event is full—so register early!The discounted registration fee for graduate students is generously supported by the PKAL Atlanta Regional Network.