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Host a Campus Workshop

A college brings a workshop to their institution exclusively for their faculty, administrators, and staff. Campus Workshops allow colleagues to come together at a more localized level to share experiences, network, and learn from one another as they address issues and best practices that are specifically relevant to their institution. Campus Workshops create a more personal and engaging environment where each person is featured and expected to get involved.

Campus Workshop Details

  • Typically a one-day, single-topic workshop, although other arrangements can be made.
  • The college provides meeting space, Wi-Fi, and audiovisual equipment (projector, screen, and possibly microphone and speakers, depending on audience size).
  • The cost for each workshop is based on the number of participants. Workshop fees include the facilitator’s stipend and travel-related expenses.

Schedule a Campus Workshop

Please contact Edward Leach at ed@nisod.org or (512) 232-1430 for additional information or to arrange to have a workshop brought to your campus.

Student FTE Member
College Fee
Non-Member
College Fee
0 – 1,500 $5,000 $7,000
1,501 – 5,000 $7,000 $9,000
5,001 – 7,500 $8,000 $10,000
7,501 – 10,000 $9,000 $11,000
10,000+ $10,000 $12,000

Available Workshops

Workshops supplement NISOD’s offerings of professional development programs and resources, which culminate with NISOD’s Annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence held every Memorial Day weekend in Austin, Texas. NISOD’s annual conference is noted as the premier convening of community and technical college faculty, administrators, and staff who strive for excellence in leadership, teaching, and learning. For more information about NISOD’s conference or to register, visit www.nisod.org/conference.

TitleFacilitator
Another Seat at the Table: A Diversity and Inclusion WorkshopRankine, Nicole
Best Practices for Design, Delivery, and Student Success When Teaching Online CoursesMosser, Elizabeth A.
Capture My Heart, Educate My SoulTolbert-Bynum Rivers, Pamela
Deeper STEM Learning Through Metacognitive ConversationsHogan, Nika
Emotional Intelligence, Student Efficacy, and the Growth MindsetKatz, David
Everyone Communicates, But Few Connect: Effectively Engaging Today’s LearnerRankine, Nicole
Flipped Learning: Pathway to Student SuccessChristensen, Erik
How to Manage Student Behavior Without Really TryingGlassberg, Sean J.
Igniting the Light of Online Creativity: The Virtual Inspirational Six (The V-i6)Barr, Stewart
In Transition: Moving Courses (and Faculty) From the Traditional Face-to-Face Mode to Online, Blended, and HyFlex InstructionFreeman, Candice
Preparing for Difficult Classroom Conversations: Strategies for Expert and Novice FacilitatorsHerman, Jennifer H.
Relationships MatterAbascal, Juan R. and Brucato, Dominic
Teaching Critical ThinkingEigenauer, John
Teaching Critical Thinking and Rationality in Science and Math CoursesEigenauer, John
Teaching Critical Thinking in Pre-College English CoursesEigenauer, John
Teaching Critical Thinking OnlineEigenauer, John
Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in Communications CoursesEigenauer, John
Using The Inspirational Six (The i6) to Rekindle the Light of CreativityBarr, Stewart and Pitucco, Anthony
When Mindfulness Meets the ClassroomBiggerstaff, Chelsea