CTE Seminars

The Center for Teaching Excellence provides faculty and staff with on-campus professional development seminars devoted to broad-based issues in education and specific teaching/learning strategies.  Please see the list below of seminars that are available to Northeast State Faculty and Staff.  For information, contact Jim Kelly, CTE Director, at jpkelly@northeaststate.edu.  


February 16th

Making the Transition from High School to College: Lessons Learned from Dual - Enrollment

Facilitated by: Caitlin Chapman-Rambo

Intended Audience: Faculty

Times: 10:00 - 11:00am and 1:00 - 2:00pm

Room: H248

Summary: As a seasoned dual-enrollment teacher and a member of our English faculty, Caitlin will share what she has learned from her experiences and those of her former students who are now attending Northeast State.

REGISTER HERE


Using this link, Zoom will only be available during the 10:00am session.


February 23rd

High Impact Practices: Take-Aways from Last Month's State HiPS

Facilitated by: Dr. Teressa Dobbs, Dr. Rick Merritt, and Dr. Keith Young

Intended Audience: Faculty

Times: 10:00 - 11:00am and 1:00 - 2:00pm

Room H248

Summary:  After attending last month’s statewide High Impact Practice conference, Teressa, Rick, and Keith will share some useful information about our role in the implementation of High Impact Practices and will lead an audience discussion.

REGISTER HERE


Using this link, Zoom will only be available during the 10:00am session.