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Assessment, Teaching and Learning (ATL) Conference

2024 ATL Conference: May 2-3, 2024

Registration is closed! No refunds after 4/29/24.

Meeting information

Thursday and Friday, May 2-3, 2024
Yakima Convention and Event Center
10 North 8th Street, Yakima, WA 98901

Theme

Connect and Build: Nurturing growth of community and excellence in teaching and learning

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Description  

Get ready to reconnect with each other and with your passion for teaching and learning!  This year’s Assessment, Teaching, and Learning conference will serve as an opportunity to build upon the practices you already use or for you to find new best practices to implement. Join us for two days of inspiring keynotes, engaging workshops, and thought-provoking networking sessions. You'll leave the conference energized with innovative strategies to create the best possible learning experience for your students.

This two-day event will be aligned with guided pathways teaching and learning pillars, centering student engagement, equity, and effectiveness, but we will also lean into our theme: Connect and Build.  We invite your participation and look forward to your presence.  

Follow this link to see a preliminary schedule at-a-glance

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Conference Program 

May 2, 2024 

Conference Welcoming 11:00 a.m.

Student welcoming  

Opening Keynote 11:30 a.m.

Sharon Mitchler

Connecting and Engaging Rural Community College Students

Concurrent Sessions 1:45-4:15 p.m.

Reception Hosted by Faculty Association for Community and Technical Colleges 4:30-6:00 p.m.

May 3, 2024

Student welcoming 9:00 a.m.

Morning Keynote 9:15 a.m.

Sarah Rose Cavanagh 

Hope in a Time of Monsters: Supporting Faculty and Student Mental Health

Concurrent Session 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Afternoon Panel 12:15 p.m.

Insights and Inspirations: A Panel Discussion with Faculty Authors

Speaker Information

Panelists

Jeffery Klausman, author of Active Voices and Composition and Composing a College Career

David Lipmann, author of Precalculus: An Investigation of Functions and Math in Society

Sharon Mitchler, author of Critical Rural Pedagogy: Connecting College Students with American Literature

Courtney Shah, author of Sex Ed, Segregated: The Quest for Sexual Knowledge in Progressive-Era America

Click here for conference speaker bios

Click here for concurrent session schedule and descriptions.

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Registration 

Registration is closed.

Hotel Information

We are pleased to be working with the hotels listed below to get you the best rate for your stay in Yakima. Each venue below has limited availability at the per diem rate of $107 + tax per night for May 1 and May 2. Please see the information below to reserve your room. In general, reservations made by April 17, 2024, will qualify for the per diem rate. After this date and/or the room block is filled, reservations are accepted on a space-available basis and may not be available at the conference rate.

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