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9th Annual Pedagogy Conference
at Northeast Lakeview College

Sponsored by English and Education Division

Thank you for making our 9th Annual Pedagogy Conference: “Inclusive Education:  Equity, Participation, and Opportunity” held Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Northeast Lakeview College campus such a great success! The Conference focused on innovative teaching in all disciplines as well as student service practices.

     Sara Etchison      The keynote speaker for this event was Dr. Sara Etchison.  


This year's presentation topics included:

  • Innovative Practices
  • Instructional Technology
  • Student-Driven Progress Monitoring
  • Secrets to Teaching
  • Bridging Secondary and College Curricula
  • Issues in Teaching PreK-12

Pictures from the Conference are available online.  Use your conference picture in your portfolio!

Our 2018 Program had more sessions than ever before. 


About the Pedagogy Conference

This Conference is FREE and open to all elementary, middle school, high school and college educators as well as college students interested in the teaching field. One of the conference goals is to foster a learning community that supports the Texas P-16 Initiative focused on preparing all students for college education. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about innovative teaching activities that encourage student success during the transition from high school to college-level coursework.

THIS YEAR'S COMMON READ: We will feature a  common read of the best-selling novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. If you would like to participate in this round-table discussion led by John Beck, be sure to bring your copy of the novel to the Conference.  Free copies of the book are available to conference registrants.  


We will open Registration to Attend the Conference in November.

Note: We are offering .5 (5 hours) of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) units for ISD teachers and college instructors, or .7 (7 hours) upon completion of a brief online assignment. If you would like to receive further information about the CPEs, please indicate your interest on the participant registration form. Details on this assignment will be provided at the Conference.  

Here are Driving Directions to Our Campus and an NLC Campus Map.  The Conference will be in the Library Building which is easily accessible from parking lots 5, 6, or 7.

For additional information about the Pedagogy Conference, please contact the NLC English and Education Division at (210) 486-5268.

Contact Information

English, Education, and INRW Chairperson
Jason Malcolm

Academic 1, 322 B

(210) 486-5234

Pedagogy Conference Co-Chairs

Dr. Dollie Hudspeth

Prof. Cheyenne Adams


Committee Members

John Beck
Heather Farmer
Jose Gomez
Dr. Michele Maldonado
Lia Moore-Lamm
Aileen Salazar
Denise Stallins