The Teaching Professor Workshops
The Teaching Professor Workshops are “hands-on” interactive events. At the end of the workshop, you will leave with a tangible product or process that you can implement immediately.
We limit the enrollment in our workshops so that we can assure a small instructor-to-participant ratio. You will get individual attention from our expert presenters and an opportunity to learn from your peers.
Workshops consist of individual work, small-group work, whole-group discussions, and one-on-one work with one of our facilitators.
Take a look at our next workshops:
|Blended Learning Course Design: A Boot Camp for Instructors
October 9-10, 2014 | Denver, CO
Extended Pre-Conference Workshop at The Teaching Professor Technology Conference
During this pre-conference workshop, learn the most pedagogically effective ways to blend instructional technology, course content, and course activities to promote the interaction of students with one another, the instructor, and the content. You will leave with a tangible process to implement a successful blended learning course.
|Creating a Comprehensive Plan for the Flipped Learning Environment
November 7-8, 2014 | San Antonio, TX
During this intensive two-day workshop you will explore the four key components of the flipped learning philosophy and develop an implementation strategy to enhance both student and faculty success in the flipped environment. You will plan a flipped lesson; identify instructional strategies, tools, and technologies appropriate for the topic; and then create an assessment plan that includes both formal and informal measurements of student learning.