Alternative Methods of Delivery for Dual Credit Courses
Date: October 10, 2023
1 PM - 2 PM
Presenter: Ryan Cumpston, College of Lake County, Faculty & Chair of Geology and Geography, Justin Smith, Assistant Superintendent for Middle and High School Education, and TBD.
Description: In this engaging session, we will talk about some methods of delivering dual credit courses. Learn from our esteemed panelists as they share their expertise on ensuring the quality and rigor of online dual credit courses, promoting student engagement and strategies to provide a supportive environment for dual credit students on college campuses, and how to bridge the digital divide for inclusive and accessible delivery. Gain valuable insights into best practices for faculty training and support during the transition to alternative delivery modes. Our panelists will also discuss challenges they encountered and key considerations to ensure academic rigor and quality are maintained with these alternative delivery approaches. Don't miss the opportunity to engage in a dynamic Q&A session!
Model Partnership Agreement & Teacher Credentialing
Date: November 14, 2023
1 PM - 2 PM
Presenter: Erica Thieman, Director Of K-12 Curriculum And Instruction at Illinois State Board of Education and
Description: Discover the power of collaboration and excellence in education through our presentation on "Model Partnership Agreement & Teacher Credentialing." Explore the essential components of successful partnerships and the significance of effective teacher credentialing. Learn from real-world examples and best practices that have enhanced student opportunities and improved learning outcomes. Join us for this insightful session, followed by a Q&A to address your specific queries. Don't miss out on shaping a brighter future for education together!
Dual Credit Student Panel
Date: December 12, 2023
1 PM - 2 PM
Description: Join us for a dual credit student panel to gain firsthand perspectives from students who have experienced the program. The panel serves as an invaluable source of feedback, which can be used to improve and refine the dual credit program for future participants. Additionally, the panel allows educators, administrators, and other stakeholders to understand the students' challenges, successes, and needs, providing valuable insights for enhancing the overall dual credit experience. The discussion also offers prospective dual credit students a glimpse into the program's benefits and challenges, helping them make informed decisions about their academic paths. Ultimately, the student panel aims to foster a collaborative and supportive environment that celebrates student achievements and promotes growth in the dual credit program.
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