Host a Campus Workshop
A college brings a workshop to their institution exclusively for their faculty, administrators, and staff.
- Typically, one-day, single-topic workshop, although other arrangements can be made.
- The college provides meeting space, Wi-Fi, and audiovisual equipment (e.g., projector, screen, and possibly microphone and speakers, depending on audience size).
- The cost for each workshop is based on the number of participants (see below). Workshop fees include the facilitator’s stipend and travel-related expenses.
|# of Participants||Fee|
|Workshop Title||Workshop Facilitator|
|Shift Happens . . . Again and Again: Transforming Tried, True, and Tired Teaching||Steve Piscitelli|
|Teaching Critical Thinking||Dr. John Eigenauer|
|Comprehensive Academic Advising||Annette Cook|
|Flipped Learning: Pathway to Student Success||Erik Christensen|
|Emotional Intelligence, Efficacy, and Success||David R. Katz III|
|The Generational Disruption of Community Colleges||Chuck Underwood|
|Strategies for Student Learning and Success: Relational Teaching and Classroom Community Building||Dr. David Schoem|
|Teaching With Your Mouth Shut: Keeping Students Active, Attentive, and Engaged!||Dr. Ericka Landry|
|Transforming Cell Phone Distractions Into Personalized Learning Interactions||Marcus E.R. Williams|
Please contact Edward Leach at email@example.com or (512) 232-1430 for additional information or to arrange to have a workshop brought to your campus.
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.