Two-Year College Association of Georgia
Friday, October 17, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The theme for this, the fourth annual meeting of TYCA-GA is “Buzzwords that Work.” All of us have heard them: engagement, active learning, flipped classroom, sustainability, project-based learning, service learning, community-based learning, hybrids, retention and transfer, faculty advising--and at least ten others that we could name. Is there a particular buzzword that you have implemented successfully? If so, please consider presenting your findings and sharing information at TYCA-GA.
The committee is interested in reading proposals for individual and panel presentations that concern themselves with new and engaging classroom practices. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to
- Assignments that take students out of traditional classroom settings
- Service/Active/Project-based learning
- Problem-based learning strategies
- Hurdles/challenges that you see that hinder engagement
- Engaging uses of technologies
- Advising and retention strategies
- Any other methodology that you have implemented successfully.
The conference fee is $10 and will cover registration, the TYCA-GA annual membership fee, and a light brunch.
All faculty who teach freshman and sophomore classes (regardless of discipline or two or four-year college designation) are invited to attend and to submit proposals.
Payment by check only
Make check payable to Georgia Perimeter College and mail to
Georgia Perimeter College, Newton Campus
Attn: Jane Hercules
239 Cedar Lane Covington, GA 30014
When & Where
Georgia State University-Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning-Perimeter College
The Center for Teaching and Learning offers opportunities for the faculty of Georgia Perimeter College to develop their teaching, service and professional activities and provides resources for reflection, rejuvenation and innovation.
Our goal is to improve the environment for learning by serving the faculty and responding to their professional needs so they can better meet the needs of their students.