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Academy for College Excellence (ACE): Teaching in ACE

This page from The Academy for College Excellence (ACE) highlights key points of the project's teaching philosophy. Seven main points are outlined, including the central concept of "lighting the fire within," helping students to understand the expectations of college-level classes, treating students with trust, respect, compassion and empathy and providing a safe and stimulating environment for...

http://academyforcollegeexcellence.org/faculty-teaching-in-a...
Online Learning Strategies: Theory Overview

This webinar is provided by Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC) NetWorks and was presented on June 13, 2013. The webinar takes an in-depth look at online learning from an instructional perspective. Several learning theories including constructivism, experiential, and contextual learning are discussed along with the implications for online learning. What works the best and how do...

Group Know-How: Harnessing Communities of Practice

These presentation slides, provided by the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC), were part of a presentation by Mark Dempsey at the 2017 League of Innovations conference. These presentation slides cover best practices and key strategies behind the National CTC's robust IT faculty community of practice known as the "CCN" (Convergence College Network) and also provide general notes on...

Community of Practice Points Grid

This one-page grid outlines the activities a member of the National Convergence Technology Center's IT faculty community of practice - known as the "Convergence College Network" (CCN) - can perform each year to earn the points required to maintain "Level 1" status. Gamifying membership in the CCN has noticeably increased meeting attendance and overall community engagement. This grid shows the many...

Hosting "Working Connections" Professional Development Events

This 104-page guide is provided by the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC). The CTC hosts two IT faculty professional development training events each year at Collin College in Frisco, Texas. Summer Working Connections is in July and Winter Working Connections is held in December. From 2013-2017, Summer Working Connections events were also held at CTC partner schools. To help organizers...

Are Employers Providing Enough Training? Theory, Evidence and Policy Implications

This 29-page paper, written by Robert I. Lerman, discusses employer-led training. The following questions are addressed in this paper: What types and amounts of skill development and especially employer sponsored traing are taking place in the U.S. overall? Is it increasing or decreasing? What are the implications for public policies aimed at promoting skilled jobs, rewarding careers, and the...

G-FMS

This webpage, published by Hostos Community College, provides instructional videos created for educators interested in incorporating the Game-Framed Math & Science (G-FMS) initiative into their classroom. The G-FMS initiative "aims to increase students’ understanding of STEM-based subjects at Eugenio María de Hostos Community College by framing math and science within the context of game design...

https://vimeo.com/gfms