Summer Adjunct Faculty Training Institute

Whether you’re a current COD adjunct instructor or aspiring to become one, COD’s Adjunct Faculty Training Institute has online learning opportunities for you this summer.

Taught by Office of Adjunct Faculty Support managers and offered through Continuing Education, these two online courses are open to everyone!

Learner-Centered Teaching

Learner-Centered Teaching is designed to support faculty in transforming students from passive listeners to active learners while improving learning outcomes and deepening understanding. Leave the session with strategies and techniques that can be used in your face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. This is an advanced course designed for current adjunct faculty.

Summer Session
Monday, June 24 to Aug. 5, 2019
Online (No class July 1)
BSFPD-0300-HYB01, $240

Introduction to College Teaching

Receive basic and advanced techniques for professional development as an adjunct instructor. Training topics include syllabi preparation, classroom management and formative and summative assessments. The online portion may be taken on your own schedule each week.

Summer Session
Tuesday, May 21 to Aug. 13, 2019
BSFPD-0200-HYB01, $475 (No class July 2)
Class has two on campus meetings, May 13 and Aug. 13, 2019
Seaton Computing Center (SCC), Room 115 

Introduction to College Teaching Information Session
Come to an information session to learn more about becoming a college adjunct teacher.
Tuesday, May 14, at 6 p.m.
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 3020

Please contact CE@cod.edu or (630) 942-2208 for more information or to register.

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