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NISOD/ACUE Seminar "Engaging and Supporting Underprepared Students", Oct. 18

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Category: Professional Development

Published: 2019-09-09 05:19:50.690

<p>Join your colleagues for a NISOD/ACUE Seminar co-hoseted by Montgomery College!</p>
<p>October 18, 2019</p>
<p>Germantown Campus</p>
<p>BE Conference Center - BE151/152</p>
<p>10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (lunch provided)</p>
<p>The Seminar, "Engaging and Supporting Underprepared Students," focuses particularly on how faculty members can help students become more self-directed in their learning through clear expectations, guided learning, reflection opportunities, exemplars, and academic support resources. Participants will:</p>
<p>Learn strategies for supporting the success of all students, including those who may seem underprepared for their particular course or for college-level work in general. Select a practice you are most interested in implementing and learn the requirements for writing a quality, rubric-aligned reflection. Leave the Seminar and be able to implement new instructional practices in their classes.</p>
<p>Learn more and register at</p>
<p>See attached for more information</p>

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  1. NISOD Flyer.pdf
  2. NISOD_ACUE2.jpg

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