ACUE Faculty Seminars

presented in collaboration with NISOD

 

ACUE, through a collaboration with The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), offers seminars to advance faculty and student success through effective instruction.

These half-day and on-site seminars provide faculty with a blended learning opportunity that draws on the evidence-based practices recommended in ACUE’s modules and courses.

Faculty who satisfy seminar requirements earn credit toward ACUE’s Certificate in Effective Collegiate Instruction. 

 

Seminar A: Active Learning Techniques for Small and Large Classes

Learn how to plan and facilitate active learning approaches in small, large, face-to-face, and online classes. Faculty who implement recommended techniques can earn ACUE’s digital badges for “Using Active Learning Techniques in Small Groups” and “Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes.” 2019 seminars were offered at Miami Dade College, Prince George’s Community College, and Vance-Granville Community College.

2020 Seminar locations:

Wallace State Community College (AL) – October 12

Seminar B: Engaging and Supporting Underprepared Students

Learn about teaching practices that help students become more self-directed in their learning through clear expectations, guided learning, reflection opportunities, exemplars, and academic support resources. Faculty who implement recommended techniques can earn ACUE’s digital badges for “Engaging Underprepared Students” and “Developing Self-Directed Learners.” 2019 seminars were offered at Lenoir Community College, City Colleges of Chicago Malcolm X, Wake Technical Community College, and Hudson County Community College.

2020 Seminar locations:

Lorain County Community College (OH) – August 4

Montgomery County Community College (PA) – September 1

 

Interested in hosting a Seminar in 2020?

Contact seminars@acue.org for additional information.

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