Best Practices For Teaching in the Community College
In support of our ongoing institutional equity planning efforts, San Diego City College has partnered with the Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement (CORA) to make the Best Practices For Teaching in the Community College training modules available for free to all City College faculty through June 2021.
You will be learning about innovative practices and specific techniques within each
of these four domains: structural (how courses are set up), curricular (what is taught),
andragogical (how to teach effectively), and relational (how to connect).
The fully online program provides community college educators with practical and progressive
techniques on what to do inside and outside the classroom to help students succeed
at the highest levels. These practices apply to all demographics of students and have
been validated through years of qualitative and quantitative analysis from a number
of different independent studies. These practices and strategies can be applied to
both in-person and online learning formats.
- Structural Recommendations for Community Colleges
- Curricular Recommendations for Community Colleges
- Andragogical Practices for Educators
- Building Relationships with Students
- Live Video Session
More information available on the CORA Learning website - Best Practices For Teaching in the Community College.
- If you do not have a CORA account, follow these instructions.
- If you already have a CORA account, follow these instructions.
Note: Use coupon code sdcc2020bp at checkout, and please make sure you are using "San Diego City College" as the school name. This training has been purchased for all City College employees, so you do not need to pay!
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If you have any questions about the training, please contact the Professional Development/Learning office at email@example.com.
Last updated: 2020-09-29