Webinar Series

Led by community and technical college leaders and other experts in the field, NISOD’s monthly webinars enable faculty members to conveniently learn about best practices and cutting-edge research related to effective teaching.

7 Nov, 2019

Building the Capacity for Campuswide Resiliency and Reform

By |2019-11-07T22:42:17+00:00November 7th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Building the Capacity for Campuswide Resiliency and Reform By leveraging its Achieving the Dream membership, Harford Community College (HCC) is becoming more resilient as an institution. Webinar participants learn how HCC is using critical dialogue to unpack success metrics and related practices. Participants are introduced to a proven framework for campuswide reflection and [...]

24 Oct, 2019

How to Make Getting Published a Piece of Cake

By |2019-10-25T13:06:15+00:00October 24th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

How to Make Getting Published a Piece of Cake This webinar explores and explains several free tools that aid authors in getting published across modern mediums, including how to start a blog, record podcasts, create website content, and produce original videos. Additionally, webinar participants will reflect on what motivates or distracts authors from [...]

17 Oct, 2019

It’s All Fun and Games: Gamification in the Community College Classroom

By |2019-10-17T21:53:42+00:00October 17th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

It's All Fun and Games: Gamification in the Community College Classroom Learning is serious business, but that doesn't mean it can't be fun! We all know students who play difficult video games for hours outside of class without fear of failure or boredom. Why not employ some of the same gamification strategies to [...]

3 Oct, 2019

Two Heads Are Better Than One: Collaborating for Undergraduate Research

By |2019-10-03T20:49:02+00:00October 3rd, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Two Heads Are Better Than One: Collaborating for Undergraduate Research For several years, the facilitators have collaborated across institutions to bring actual psychological research to community college undergraduate students. This webinar begins with a brief synopsis of the national dialogue on undergraduate research and its utility in undergraduate education. Special attention is given [...]

20 Sep, 2019

Working Collaboratively With Faculty and Staff

By |2019-09-20T20:35:45+00:00September 20th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Working Collaboratively With Faculty and Staff Working in today's community colleges is complicated. Full-time, part-time, and contingent faculty teach on campus or remotely, or a hybrid of the two. As roles shift and expand, workloads increase, as do faculty and staff needs, but the number of hours in the day do not. This [...]

28 Aug, 2019

Entrepreneurial Learning Environments: Why Building an Entrepreneurial Culture On Your Campus Is the Key to Student and Staff Engagement

By |2019-08-28T22:05:38+00:00August 28th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Entrepreneurial Learning Environments: Why Building an Entrepreneurial Culture On Your Campus Is the Key to Student and Staff Engagement Entrepreneurial Learning Environments: Why Building an Entrepreneurial Culture On Your Campus Is the Key to Student and Staff Engagement During this webinar, participants learn strategies and best practices to foster entrepreneurial mindsets on college campuses. Success in [...]

2 Aug, 2019

Human Cannonballs and Evil Geniuses: Boosting Performance in Online Discussions

By |2019-08-02T10:10:33+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Human Cannonballs and Evil Geniuses: Boosting Performance in Online Discussions Students often struggle with providing practical comments in online discussions and feedback forums. Even students who write meaningful and accurate responses to discussion questions find it difficult to leave substantive feedback for their peers. To alleviate these problems and boost performance, learn how to rewrite discussions prompts [...]

25 Jul, 2019

Insights to Corequisite Design and Implementation From the Carnegie Math Pathways Network

By |2019-07-25T20:53:52+00:00July 25th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Insights to Corequisite Design and Implementation From the Carnegie Math Pathways Network In response to the increasing demand for quality corequisite math courses, Carnegie Math Pathways has partnered with math faculty from institutions across the country to develop new corequisite versions of Quantway and Statway. These courses have been offered in classrooms in [...]

10 Jul, 2019

When the “A” Student Checks Out: The Art of Recognizing and Responding to Self-Sabotage in Our Classrooms

By |2019-07-10T19:41:48+00:00July 10th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

When the “A” Student Checks Out: The Art of Recognizing and Responding to Self-Sabotage in Our Classrooms The following description is a student that many academics have come across: We have all had a star student in our classrooms, the one who grasps concepts quickly, writes beautifully, and engages classmates in a way [...]

26 Jun, 2019

The New Science of Learning: Teaching That Promotes Student Success

By |2019-06-26T21:19:40+00:00June 26th, 2019|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

The New Science of Learning: Teaching That Promotes Student Success There is a proliferation of misinformation pertaining to how students learn and how best to teach them. Moreover, students often do not understand their learning processes and typically rely on implicit assumptions or trial-and-error to memorize new material. The good news is that [...]