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Live Upcoming TEAMUP Events:
Si se Puede: Engaging Latino Students in Your Classroom and on Your Campus
Date/Time:
Thursday, March 26th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
$0.00
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Description:
With an increasing Latino population within our communities, we are seeing an increase in Latino students on our campuses. With the current achievement gap that exists, how can we help these students be successful? Some of these students are dealing with additional challenges outside of the classroom that can be very stressful for them and their families. This session will explore teaching strategies that push past those challenges and lead to student engagement in your classroom. These strategies also extend beyond an individual classroom. We will discuss how to create an inclusive campus culture to ensure these students know they belong.
Presenter(s):
Building a Collaborative Classroom Culture When Individual Student Differences Extend Beyond VARK
Date/Time:
Sunday, April 26th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Description:
Community colleges have the most diverse students, spanning age groups, ethnicities, and life experience. How do you create an environment where they all work as a team? How do you engage your students who may, for example, have disabilities or who are dealing with sensitive life issues outside of your classroom? The speaker will suggest signs that could indicate a student should be referred for disability or counseling services and will explore how faculty can build collaboration among their students regardless of individual differences.
Presenter(s):
Maria Gonzalez
Jennifer Hurd, Program Manager, TeamUP, Dr.
Examining New Ideas!: A TeamUP Virtual Workshop Series for Higher Education Faculty
Higher Education Webinar Series Early Bird Special
$30.00
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Save $10 when you purchase by March 1!
Purchase the March and April virtual workshops at the discounted bundle price of $30. If purchased separately or after March 1, each virtual workshop is $20.
Why Isn't Anyone Following Me?: Basic Leadership Do's, Don'ts, and Best Practices
Date/Time:
Thursday, February 5th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Description:
What makes a good leader? What makes a poor one? Why are some leaders effective while others are not? This session will help to answer these questions with basic ideas, theories, and best practices of leadership development. The concepts and strategies presented will construct a foundation for your movement into a position of academic leadership or enhance the successful development of your present leadership role on your college or university campus.
Presenter(s):
Robert Onorato, Senior Professional Educator, TeamUP
Hands Down ... Without a Doubt ... THE Last Classroom Management Workshop You'll Ever Need
Date/Time:
Thursday, March 5th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
$20.00
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Description:
You plan an amazing class session and design the perfect homework assignment. Then it happens. Just like that -- either the Latecomer, the Know-it-All, the Sidebar Conversationalist, or the Constant Facebooker makes an appearance. Nod your head if this sounds familiar. Now say to yourself "It's okay" if you don't know what to do to keep these students from derailing your efforts.



Finally, click "register" if you want to know why these and other challenging student types behave as they do both online and on-ground and precisely what you can do today that will result in you not having to attend another classroom management workshop ever again.
Presenter(s):
Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, Senior Professional Educator, TeamUP
From Koala to Kangaroo: Getting Your Students Hopping With Active Learning in the Classroom
Date/Time:
Thursday, April 2nd, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
$20.00
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Description:
In this fun and interactive webinar participants will learn icebreaker activities and active learning strategies to increase student engagement, encourage higher level thinking, enliven classroom discussions and enhance learning in the classroom. Participants will leave with practical strategies they can immediately implement to move students from passive observers to active participants in their education.
Presenter(s):
Shawn Orr, TeamUP Faculty Programs
Start Something New!: A TeamUP Virtual Workshop Series for Developmental Education Instructors
Developmental Education Series Early Bird Special
$30.00
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Information:
Save $10 when you purchase by March 1!
Purchase the March and April virtual workshops at the discounted bundle price of $30. If purchased separately or after March 1, each virtual workshop is $20.
Get Down to the Nitty-Gritty: Must-Have Takeaways for Every Reading and Writing Student
Date/Time:
Thursday, February 12th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Description:
If your students view transitional studies courses as nothing more than stepping stones to English Composition and reading-intensive college courses, then have you got news for them! Your course enrollees should make it a point to hang on to your every word, and here's why: what they learn in your classroom can ultimately make or break them in the professional world. Simply put, casting aside or clinging onto writing and reading fundamentals may result in pupils learning some serious (and even costly!) lessons later on. Learn how to increase student engagement in and appreciation for your developmental writing and/or reading courses by highlighting for students why what you teach deserves a permanent place in their minds. You do not want to miss this session!
Presenter(s):
Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, Senior Professional Educator, TeamUP
Ann Wolf, Professional Educator, TeamUP
Are Your DE Lessons Trending?: Integrating Multimodal Assignments to Elevate Thinking and Writing
Date/Time:
Thursday, March 19th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
$20.00
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Description:
In this interactive workshop participants will learn strategies to help navigate the digital landscape in order to enhance assignments and increase critical and creative thinking and learning in the Developmental Education writing classroom. While using the writing process as our map, we will combine active learning strategies with various technologies and multimodal exercises that can be used to improve outcomes. Participants are sure to leave the session with tried and true techniques that can be immediately and effectively implemented in the DE writing classroom.  
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What’s in A Word? Re-examining What "Flipped” Model Means for DE Math
Date/Time:
Thursday, April 9th, 1:00-2:00 PM  Eastern Time (US & Canada)
$20.00
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Description:
People can get wrapped up in terminology and miss the entire point of a matter. For that reason, this session will place emphasis on the ”process” being discussed rather than a name given to the process. This webinar is designed for development math instructors who understand their responsibility involves more than just making sure students learn “math” basics, but that students also reconnect with their inner-genius. A philosophical framework and practical approach for how technology use and active learning strategies can be harmonized to initiate and deepen student learning will be shared and explored.  
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