Concurrent Sessions

Session 1: 9 – 10:30am

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name: Presentation Title”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular. The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements.The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name: A Longer Presentation Title That Takes Up Quite a Bit More Room”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular.  The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name: A Longer Presentation Title That Takes Up Quite A Bit More Room, But Actually This Is Probably As Long As They Tend To Be”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular. The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements. [/learn_more]

Session 2: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name:  Presentation Title”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular. The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name: Another Longer Presentation Title Which Might Make the Words Wrap Around in a Way that Looks a Little Weird, Perhaps”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular. The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Presenter Name: The Final Presentation Title in this Test Series”] This is the description of the presentation. Integration and wholeness in student life is too important to be left to chance. Too frequently, such integration is left to chance or to those few teachers who take the system into their own hands. Integration should be intentional and systemic, not accidental and extracurricular. The first step in rectifying this situation is through sustained conversations concerning the purposes of education at our colleges and universities. We speak together far too seldom about our aims for the education of our students. And when we do talk about pedagogy, it is too often on the most basic level of skills and distribution requirements. [/learn_more]

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