Developing Nontraditional Students: What, Why & How – May 29, Atlanta
Posted by Magna Publishing on December 17, 2019
Full-Day Workshop—Friday, May 29, 2020; 8:30 am–4:30 pm
This interactive certification workshop explores teaching best practices and strategies for nontraditional student populations that support academic rigor in the classroom. Through small group and individual activities, participants will discover and share various teaching and learning strategies. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will leave with a tool kit of new strategies for working with nontraditional students that benefit both the student and the instructor. Full completion of this workshop will result in a faculty certification from the Council For At Risk Student Education and Professional Standards. Join the more than 5,000 faculty members who have taken part across the country since 2014.
- Understand of the importance of maintaining academic rigor for nontraditional populations
- Grasp a functional understanding of strategies that can be used in the online or face-to-face setting
- Understand psychological attributes that inhibit positive attitudes towards academic rigor
- Identify sample strategies that work with undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral-level learners
Lunch is included with this workshop.
Learn more here and register: https://www.magnapubs.com/teaching-professor-conference/full-day-precon.html
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