Student Leadership

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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This online course helps students learn some of the most important lessons in effective leadership, gleaned from the best practices of successful organizations worldwide. It covers critical skills the students need to be an effective student leader both in college and beyond.

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This self-paced online financial literacy course will help students build financial health and avoid financial messes that can derail important life goals like college graduation. Financial Fundamentals for Students provides a solid foundation to help students navigate personal finance basics.

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Certified Student Leader: Communication for Changemakers is an online course designed to bridge the gap between participatory leadership skills and communication skills, teaching students the behaviors and practices necessary to producing positive change. This course will help students understand how to transform big ideas into concrete action.

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The National Center for Student Leadership (NCSL) and its sponsors recognize that the cost of attending an NCSL conference may be an obstacle for some. In order to open this potentially life-changing event to as many students as possible, several types of scholarships have been created.

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Find a collection of videos covering a wide range of team-building skills for student leaders, including building an inclusive team, navigating team conflict, finding success in failure, overcoming apathy, responding to team dynamics, and leveraging your team’s influence on campus. These short 20-minute presentations—from internationally known student advisors and educators—give you actionable ideas that are easy to implement right away.

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Events Calendar

  • 07
  • Mar

Foster Creative and Critical Thinking Through Intrinsic Motivation

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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  • 08
  • Mar

Reaching Neurodiverse Students: Course Creation Strategies

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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  • 28
  • Mar

Strategies for Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Large Online Courses

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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20-Minute Mentors

These highly focused video presentations answer a single teaching or leadership question and provide actionable insights.

Books

Topics covering active learning, flipped classroom, grading strategies, leadership, and much more.

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