ATE Central

ATE Events — October 2019


The American Association of Community Colleges is conducting a one-day pathways workshop. Topics to be addressed include the guided pathways model; case making and leadership for large-scale institutional change; strategies for campus-wide engagement in considering, designing, and implementing pathways at scale; and approaches to planning the work.

During this workshop, participants explore ways to build students’ innovation mindsets and collaboration skills by integrating design-thinking techniques into the learning experience. Participants also learn how to enhance students’ creative habits through deep user empathy, radical collaboration, and rapid experimentation to problem solving. The workshop focuses on the most common step-by-step innovation framework faculty can apply to the creation of content, activities, and student services.

500 Galliher DriveFairmontWV26554

This workshop provides you with the tools needed to teach critical thinking skills while covering required course content. By the end of the workshop, you are able to create lesson plans that enhance students’ critical thinking skills using the content from any discipline in the Humanities or Social Sciences. You also learn how to easily and accurately measure critical thinking skills.