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Elevating Your Educational "Hotness": Achieving Teaching Excellence (NISOD webinar)

Meeting Date(s):Thurs., Sep. 21, 2017
Time:1:00pm- 2:00pm
Instructor:Page Wolf
Contact Hours:1
Credit Type:

Per Adjunct Union Contract 3.G - Adjunct faculty will not be compensated for attending programs, workshops, seminars, courses or meetings to meet federal, state or grant requirements under which an adjunct provides instruction. Check with Division office for guidelines.

Adjunct faculty currently under contract will be compensated $35/contact hour up to a maximum of 11 contact hours for the academic year (fall and spring semesters combined; no summer stipends). Please note that there are some TLETC classes that are not offered for faculty credit.

Description:This webinar is the first in a three-part series that focuses on specific attributes exhibited by excellent faculty. In an effort to create a culture of teaching excellence, Broward College has identified specific attributes that its Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning helps faculty cultivate. This webinar series covers (1) pedagogical experts, (2) student-centered faculty, and (3) systematic assessors. The facilitators focus on one topic in each webinar, as they share specific strategies and resources faculty use to achieve teaching excellence or, for those familiar with, educational "hotness." By the end of the three webinars, participants will be able to (1) define the attribute in the context of teaching excellence, (2) identify specific strategies and techniques to use in the learning environment, and (3) apply strategies and techniques in the learning environment.

To view this NISOD webinar, after registering through the TLETC, please visit: and register with NISOD with username-"" and password-"nisod76".

To earn TLETC credit for viewing this webinar, you will need to submit a 1-2 page summary NO LATER THAN September 28, 2017. The paper should include the following and should be emailed to :

  • A summary of what the webinar was about
  • Main points from the presentation that stood out to you and why
  • Any questions that were generated from the topic or that remain unanswered
  • Commentary on how you might apply the information you learned from this session in your instruction