Flex learning is the next evolution of blended learning. It enables students to learn in the way that works best for them. This seminar will show you how the flex model allows instructors to imaginatively redesign almost any course to better meet the needs of students and guide them toward greater academic success.
The question isn’t if your college or university will be affected by changes in immigration law—it’s how and when. This seminar focuses on four aspects of immigration law in higher education that have generated significant litigation. Learn best practices you can implement to keep your college or university out of legal difficulties.
Learn how to deliver fundamental course concepts in a way that helps develop the skills that students need in order to think like professionals in your discipline. This seminar helps you adjust your course design and components to focus on the most important materials and concepts and use them to foster engaging interactions during class.
If you work in higher education administration, the shift to more frequent site visits and reporting might have you wondering how you can possibly keep up with these ongoing demands of the accreditation process. This presentation shows you a systematic, effective, and efficient framework you can use to guide your response to compliance and accreditation reports, self-study, and site visits.
Critical thinking is a skill that students in all disciplines must master. This seminar leads educators through the process of developing and teaching a discipline-based course that targets critical thinking skills and shows participants how to effectively encourage students to think for themselves.
Meeting the challenges and capitalizing on the opportunities of online education requires a strategic approach. This seminar helps you improve the quality of your programming and promote the growth of online education at your institution.
Intercollegiate athletics can contribute to student learning, bring your campus community together, and promote your institutional values. The key to articulating those benefits is in fostering collaboration between student affairs and athletic departments, and this presentation shows you how.
Learn how to integrate online learning with face-to-face teaching on your campus.
This seminar gives you a reliable framework for measuring tangible outcomes for your teaching and learning center and communicating these outcomes clearly to others.
Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are simply proven strategies that instructors can use to determine whether and how well students are learning course material. This seminar prepares you to start using formative assessments to improve student performance on critical summative assessments.
This seminar prepares you to address the changing composition of your faculty so that you can adequately support all instructors, regardless of tenure status or course format.
Learn five fundamental principles of human learning and how to incorporate these principles into your current courses to immediately increase learning.
This seminar helps you engage your students so they rediscover their natural curiosity and drive to learn. Learn how to incorporate specific instructional strategies that help students align their personal goals with your course content so that they see the value in learning what you are teaching.