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Summer 2013
Strategies for Empowering Students 2013
by Skip Downing
N/A
This course focuses on practical strategies for empowering college and university students to become active, responsible learners. Participants in this course learn a variety of highly effective learner-centered methods that not only appeal to various learning preferences but also motivate students to take charge of their own learning. These methods are drawn from best practices in psychology, education, business, sports, and personal effectiveness. Additionally, participants learn to apply the seven domains of influence by which educators can guide students to achieve greater academic success. This course is appropriate for college faculty from all academic disciplines, instructors of college success courses, counselors, student affairs staff, TRIO personnel, and administrators seeking strategies for improving student academic success and retention.
Syllabus:
Graduate
Start Date: Tue, Sep 1 2013
End Date: Tue, Dec 31 2013
Cost:
  • 3 Graduate Credits
Note: This course isn't offered until the Fall semester, but attendance at a Summer On Course workshop is required prior to taking this course.  Click on the More Information button to go to the workshop website.
Spring 2014
Designing and Facilitating Professional Development 2014
by Skip Downing
N/A
Participants in this advanced course will not only add to their repertoire of student-empowerment strategies, they will also learn how to design and deliver effective professional development events for educators on their campus. Thus, this course is intended to improve the participants’ skills in designing and delivering student success strategies to students and to fellow educators. These workshop presentation skills are drawn from best practices in academic curriculum design, learning preference applications, active learning strategies, learner-centered instruction, corporate training, and personal development seminars. This course is appropriate for college educators across the curriculum who seek advanced, learner-centered strategies for empowering students to succeed and who may also want to assist their colleagues to learn and implement effective student success strategies.
Syllabus:
Graduate
Start Date: Wed, Jan 1 2014
End Date: Sat, May 31 2014
Cost:
  • 3 Graduate Credits
Note: This course isn't offered until the Fall semester, but attendance at a Summer On Course workshop is required prior to taking this course.  Click on the More Information button to go to the workshop website.
Madison College
Preparing to Teach Hybrid #52
by Mike Meloy & Michele Anderson
Madison Area Technial College | Truax/Portage (Telepresence)
Face-to-face Class Dates - 8/5/13 & 8/19/13 | Prepares participants to create a performance-based instructional environment that helps learners maximize learning. Participants will develop or enhance skills to promote active learning by using varied instructional methodologies.
Start Date: Mon, Aug 5 2013
End Date: Mon, Aug 19 2013
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Cost:
  • 2 Graduate Credits $ 878.94
  • 2 Undergraduate Credits $ 554.86
On Course Inc.
Strategies for Empowering Students 2013
TBA
Online
This course focuses on practical strategies for empowering college and university students to become active, responsible learners. Participants in this course will learn a variety of highly effective learner-centered methods that not only appeal to various learning styles but also motivate students to take charge of their own learning. These methods are drawn from best practices in psychology, education, business, sports, and personal effectiveness. Additionally, participants learn to apply the seven domains of influence by which educators can guide students to achieve their greatest potential. This course is appropriate for college faculty from all academic disciplines, instructors of college success courses, counselors, student affairs staff, TRIO personnel, and administrators seeking strategies for improving student academic success and retention
Syllabus:
Graduate
Start Date: Mon, Sep 9 2013
End Date: Wed, Dec 18 2013
Cost:
  • 3 Graduate Credits $1318.41