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June 12-15, 2016
Omni Scottsdale Montelucia
Paradise Valley, Arizona

General Information:
Cynthia Wilson
480.705.8200, x238

Registration:
Judy Greenfield
480.705.8200, x200

Travel & Hotel Information:
Robin Piccirilli
480.705.8200, x232

Presenter Questions:
Lee Anna Elmore
480.705.8200, x234

Sponsorships:
Chris Hennessey
480.705.8200, x237

 

 

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Mark your calendars for the Learning Summit!
Paradise Valley, Arizona
June 12-15, 2016

The Learning Summit is a working retreat for college teams to connect with colleagues and to share experiences, discuss issues, and explore strategies for overcoming obstacles and meeting challenges related to learning. Participants examine effective practices in five topic areas that are the focus of the program:

  1. Student Learning Outcomes
  2. Student Engagement
  3. Faculty and Staff Engagement
  4. Organizational Culture
  5. Quality, Inquiry, and Accountability

 

Summit Format. After an opening plenary session on the first evening, the program devotes a half-day to each topic over the next two-and-a-half days. An interactive Symposium kicks off each half-day session, followed by a set of concurrent Forums and Roundtables led by community college educators and scholars. Summit participants are engaged as full partners in the Summit since plenary and concurrent sessions are designed to be interactive.

The half-day session ends with Conversations about Learning, time designated for college teams to meet and discuss what they have learned and how it may apply to their institutions. Individual participants who are not with a college team are invited to join a facilitated conversation during this time. For those who wish to use it, a conversation guide is provided in the Summit binder, which also includes the program and other resources related to the topic areas. Each registered participant receives a Learning Summit binder.

Evaluation ratings and comments indicate that participants appreciate the Summit format and content. One Summit participant wrote, “Please keep the format as is for future Summits. Our team thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to share and reflect on each session.” A veteran participant commented that,  “The opportunity to work with our team was truly invaluable. This is always a productive experience.” One participant described the Summit as “intense and thought-provoking,” while another wrote, “I learned a lot. I was inspired.” Still another said, “I look forward to making this my standing annual event.”

Summit Setting. The League has secured a room rate of $129 per night for the 2015 Learning Summit. The Summit will be held at the Arizona Grand, nestled at the base of America's largest urban park and wilderness preserve. Arizona's only AAA Four Diamond all-suite resort features spacious one and two-bedroom suites, along with gracious service, creative culinary delights, and unique recreational activities.

Summit Registration. Summit registration includes all Summit sessions, the opening reception, three continental breakfasts, two luncheons, and the Learning Summit binder.

 

     

 

 

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