TLISI 2017
Week of May 22, 2017
Complexity, Diversity and Change:
Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century

CNDLS is excited to announce our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) to take place May 22-25, 2017. TLISI offers Georgetown faculty, staff and students from all campuses the opportunity to explore strategies for teaching and learning, including innovative and inclusive pedagogies, technology enhanced learning, and teaching to the whole person. Recent events highlight how important these approaches can be in building students’ capacity for democratic discourse and action. This year’s theme encourages the Georgetown community to consider the changing nature of teaching and learning and how we might embrace complexity, diversity and change both on the Hilltop and across our nation. 

Please check our website for updates on this year’s institute. We look forward to welcoming the entire Georgetown community in May!

 

Register for TLISI 2017!

Registration is now LIVE on our website! TLISI is open to all Georgetown faculty, staff and students, and is free to attend. Guests of Georgetown faculty, staff or students who would like to attend need prior permission. Please email us if you’d like to request permission for a guest to attend. We strongly encourage you to register early for individual sessions, as space is limited in some sessions. We have organized an outstanding program for this year’s institute and are excited to feature our colleague’s great work from across Georgetown.

Please visit our registration and schedule page to register and to select your sessions. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at tlisi@georgetown.edu with any questions. We look forward to seeing you in May!

Register Here

After registering through Eventbrite, you may access your schedule via the following link.

YOUR SCHED

PODS

In addition to presenting at TLISI, there are many other opportunities for engagement, including our Productive Open Design Spaces (PODS). Proposals are now closed– thank you to everyone who applied. Please visit our PODS page to learn more about this unique part of TLISI, and contact us at tlisi@georgetown.edu with any questions.