Can you track how your school vision is embedded in curriculum units? Can you see how the vision comes to life in your online learning environment? Finally, can you then see how achievement of such goals is measured through student performance in course assessments?
This Webinar illustrates how a school can integrate 5 effective pedagogies into a curriculum design workflow to achieve the student success they envision.
The thing that consumes the most time in every school is often the most over-looked. Sure, leaders and teachers put a lot of time and effort into their curriculum, but this can be motivated more by a need to comply than a drive to excel, and in the press of the urgent, teachers’ efforts can often overlook those aspects that make your school special. This Webinar provides 5 reasons why a curriculum needs to be designed, not merely "covered."
Most schools have a vision for themselves and some take the next step to articulate a vision for student success. But how many schools can point to exactly where achieving these visions happen in every classroom? This webinar details 3 steps a school can take to bring its vision to life and make it more likely all teachers target what matters most.
Join us for a look at the changes and enhancements to Naviance in the past 12 months! We’ve introduced new features and improved usability to help students and school staff with course planning, application processing, test preparation, and more. You will also get a preview of what’s on the horizon for Naviance.
Join Gallup’s advanced consultant JerLene Mosley as she shares data and best practices about strength-based development for school educators, staff and students. Strengths development accelerates engagement; learn more about how “doing what we do best” means better days for everyone.
Talking About Race, Class, and College Access | Insight on How Higher Education Leaders are Thinking
The American Council on Education’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy, in collaboration with Pearson’s Center for College & Career Success and The Civil Rights Project at the University of California, Los Angeles, recently embarked on a groundbreaking study to examine how legal challenges to race-conscious admissions are influencing contemporary admissions practices at selective colleges and universities.
Thanks to technology like smartphones and tablets that makes searching the internet easy and engaging, the expected online experience for students is changing. It doesn’t matter whether a student is buying a pair of shoes – or a college education – today’s generation expects short, instant and relevant information delivered in a way that meets individual wants, needs and lifestyle.
Dr. Rosemary Hayes will provide participants with a clear understanding of the limitations of current fragmented retention practices, the key benefits of a strategic digital engagement approach to student success, and the practical considerations for engaging the key players in the success of students.
The 2014-2015 AACRAO and Hobsons State of CRM in Higher Education Survey was conducted with the goals of measuring the extent of ownership and impact of CRM applications at U.S. higher education institutions. Survey results indicated that 80 percent of respondents reported an increase in efficiency with the use of CRMs. However, the survey also showed that two-thirds of respondents indicated that their institution is not maximizing its use of their CRM.
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