In-Person Meetings

Upcoming:


University of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas – September 20-22, 2018

2018 TRESTLE Annual Meeting and Course Transformation Institute

This year’s theme is “Broadening Participation and Sustaining Changes”. The overall goal of the meeting is to share course transformation strategies and results, promote cross-fertilization of ideas, and foster connections and collaborations across institutions.  This year we hope to provide opportunities to learn about new innovation strategies, develop strategies to broaden and sustain course transformation activity in your department, and design a plan for sustaining the TRESTLE network going forward.

Each participant is encouraged to contribute to the Annual Meeting with a poster or demonstration. You can sign up to contribute one of these using the registration link below.

  • A poster describing changes made to one or more courses, and outcomes for student learning
  • A demonstration to share a favorite active learning strategy, activity, assignment or assessment (10-15 minutes each

Please click here to register for this meeting if you are from a TRESTLE institution (University of Kansas, Indiana University Bloomington, Queen’s University, University of British Columbia, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Texas San Antonio, University of California Davis).

Please click here to register for this meeting if you are not associated with a TRESTLE institution.

Travel and Accomodations Information

Check back here in the summer for more information! You may also email Blair Schneider at bensonbe@ku.edu for more information regarding this event.

 

Past In-Person Meetings

September 28-30, 2017

2017 TRESTLE Annual Meeting and Course Transformation Institute

Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

October 20-22, 2016

2016 TRESTLE Annual Meeting and Course Transformation Institute

University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

 

January 21-23, 2016

TRESTLE Launch Meeting

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas

 

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DUE1525775 (KU), DUE1525331 (CU) and DUE1525345 (UTSA). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.