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Effective Assessment Strategies for Large Classes

  • FEBRUARY 20 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Using peer assessment, self-assessment, creative coursework design, grading rubrics, and technology, educators can offer meaningful feedback and effective grading approaches in large-section classes. Join us to discover ideas that you will be able to incorporate almost immediately from an educator who has successfully used this approach.

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Foster Creative and Critical Thinking Through Intrinsic Motivation

  • MARCH 7 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Grit, self-efficacy, and growth mindset are desirable and aspirational traits for students to have and will make the difference between learning at low-level Bloom’s Taxonomy vs. truly engaging in and understanding course content, but how does a professor create the motivation it takes for students to achieve this? This online seminar is for any educator struggling with creating such paths to critical and creative thinking.

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Reaching Neurodiverse Students: Course Creation Strategies

  • MARCH 8 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Discover that neurodiverse differences often are not openly declared and might be hard to recognize in individuals in a classroom of students. Explore the common barriers to learning experienced by neurodiverse students and learn strategies to build content and environments that support breaking down those barriers and improving learning for all students.

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Strategies for Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Large Online Courses

  • MARCH 28 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Explore essential topics including strategies for building a cohesive online learning community, increasing faculty online presence, and getting students actively engaged in learning. This presentation will also address technology for online communication, collaboration, and engagement.

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Energize Your Lectures to Help Students Meaningfully Engage with Your Subject

  • APRIL 2 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Gain insight into your possible teaching “blind spots,” learn the power of using concrete examples to help students grasp abstract concepts, explore the wide variety of example types that can be used in teaching, and learn the most effective pacing of examples in a course.

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Time Management for Faculty and Students in Flipped Learning Environments

  • APRIL 10 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Time management is crucial in any form of teaching, but especially so in a flipped learning environment. Instructors must plan and use time carefully when building a flipped course or converting a course from a traditional to a flipped model; students encounter new challenges with time management when the responsibility for learning new material is shifted to the pre-class space; and time has to be used wisely during the class meeting in order to tap into the maximum benefits of active learning.

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Moving Beyond Data Collection to Meaningful Quality Assurance and Curriculum Improvement: The Future of Curriculum Mapping

  • APRIL 16 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Curriculum mapping (tracking the achievement of program outcomes to the course) is often required at institutions for quality assurance and curriculum improvement. It is a concept that was fairly new in 2010 (Wolf’s first MOS) and is now widely accepted. However, many institutions are stuck at data collection and haven’t been able to aggregate the data from a course level up to a program level, and even better, include data from other divisions of the institution.

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Engage Early, Build Trust, and Gain Student Retention and Success

  • APRIL 30 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

What happens during the first week of class sets the tone for the entire term and can affect retention and student success. For students to work well together in classes, a degree of trust must exist between them, and building this trust quickly is key. Learn about the concept of swift trust, which comes from business but applies to education as well.

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2019 Teaching Professor Conference

  • JUNE 7-9, 2019
  • NEW ORLEANS, LA

Founded in 2003, The Teaching Professor Conference provides a thought-provoking and stimulating forum for educators of all disciplines and experience levels to share best practices that advance college teaching and learning.

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2019 Leadership in Higher Education Conference

  • OCTOBER 3-5, 2019
  • ST. LOUIS, MO

This two-and-a-half-day event explores the groundbreaking strategies, influential trends, and best practices that define effective leadership at the college and university levels today.

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2019 National Conference on Student Leadership

  • NOVEMBER 22-24, 2019
  • ORLANDO, FL

The National Conference on Student Leadership (NCSL) brings together collegiate student leaders and campus professionals to learn effective, heart-centered leadership skills directly from cutting-edge innovators in industry, education, and the nonprofit sector.

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Conferences

2019 Teaching Professor Conference

  • JUNE 7-9, 2019
  • NEW ORLEANS, LA

Founded in 2003, The Teaching Professor Conference provides a thought-provoking and stimulating forum for educators of all disciplines and experience levels to share best practices that advance college teaching and learning.

LEARN MORE

2019 Leadership in Higher Education Conference

  • OCTOBER 3-5, 2019
  • ST. LOUIS, MO

This two-and-a-half-day event explores the groundbreaking strategies, influential trends, and best practices that define effective leadership at the college and university levels today.

LEARN MORE

2019 National Conference on Student Leadership

  • NOVEMBER 22-24, 2019
  • ORLANDO, FL

The National Conference on Student Leadership (NCSL) brings together collegiate student leaders and campus professionals to learn effective, heart-centered leadership skills directly from cutting-edge innovators in industry, education, and the nonprofit sector.

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Online Seminars

Effective Assessment Strategies for Large Classes

  • FEBRUARY 20 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Using peer assessment, self-assessment, creative coursework design, grading rubrics, and technology, educators can offer meaningful feedback and effective grading approaches in large-section classes. Join us to discover ideas that you will be able to incorporate almost immediately from an educator who has successfully used this approach.

LEARN MORE

Foster Creative and Critical Thinking Through Intrinsic Motivation

  • MARCH 7 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Grit, self-efficacy, and growth mindset are desirable and aspirational traits for students to have and will make the difference between learning at low-level Bloom’s Taxonomy vs. truly engaging in and understanding course content, but how does a professor create the motivation it takes for students to achieve this? This online seminar is for any educator struggling with creating such paths to critical and creative thinking.

LEARN MORE

Reaching Neurodiverse Students: Course Creation Strategies

  • MARCH 8 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Discover that neurodiverse differences often are not openly declared and might be hard to recognize in individuals in a classroom of students. Explore the common barriers to learning experienced by neurodiverse students and learn strategies to build content and environments that support breaking down those barriers and improving learning for all students.

LEARN MORE

Strategies for Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Large Online Courses

  • MARCH 28 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Explore practical tips for faculty on how to manage the workload that comes with large enrollment online courses. While the ideas and tools to be discussed will have a special emphasis on large size online courses, many of them can be applied as effectively in any class size.

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Energize Your Lectures to Help Students Meaningfully Engage with Your Subject

  • APRIL 2 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Gain insight into your possible teaching “blind spots,” learn the power of using concrete examples to help students grasp abstract concepts, explore the wide variety of example types that can be used in teaching, and learn the most effective pacing of examples in a course.

LEARN MORE

Time Management for Faculty and Students in Flipped Learning Environments

  • APRIL 10 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Time management is crucial in any form of teaching, but especially so in a flipped learning environment. Instructors must plan and use time carefully when building a flipped course or converting a course from a traditional to a flipped model; students encounter new challenges with time management when the responsibility for learning new material is shifted to the pre-class space; and time has to be used wisely during the class meeting in order to tap into the maximum benefits of active learning.

LEARN MORE

Moving Beyond Data Collection to Meaningful Quality Assurance and Curriculum Improvement: The Future of Curriculum Mapping

  • APRIL 16 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

Curriculum mapping (tracking the achievement of program outcomes to the course) is often required at institutions for quality assurance and curriculum improvement. It is a concept that was fairly new in 2010 (Wolf’s first MOS) and is now widely accepted. However, many institutions are stuck at data collection and haven’t been able to aggregate the data from a course level up to a program level, and even better, include data from other divisions of the institution.

LEARN MORE

Engage Early, Build Trust, and Gain Student Retention and Success

  • APRIL 30 | 1:00 PM CENTRAL | 60 MINUTES

What happens during the first week of class sets the tone for the entire term and can affect retention and student success. For students to work well together in classes, a degree of trust must exist between them, and building this trust quickly is key. Learn about the concept of swift trust, which comes from business but applies to education as well.

LEARN MORE