Friday April 21, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 2: Student Engagement, Co-curricular Programs, and Mission Fulfillment
Track 3: Faculty Engagement and Mission Fulfillment
Track 5: The Impact of Accreditation & Regulation
Moderator: 
Eric Klein
Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts
Ashford University
Faculty Development in an Online University: A Model to Engage and Motivate Faculty in Our One-To-One Teaching Approach

Northcentral University’s School of Education has implemented a comprehensive ongoing faculty development process that provides faculty with training and coaching to enhance their skills in our one-to-one online teaching approach. The presentation includes an overview of the process and an illustration of application to practice.

Linda Bloomberg
Associate Director Faculty Support and Development, School of Education
Northcentral University
Designing Engaging Curriculum

Northcentral University is a 100% online institution offering bachelor, master and doctoral degrees using a unique one-to-one teaching model. This requires development and ongoing revision of master courses. This symposium focuses on four critical components: faculty and instructional design collaboration, development of engaging activities, incorporating diversity, and calculating course rigor.

Jeannine Klein
Faculty Liaison for University Curriculum
Northcentral University
Cari Crumly
Senior Instructional Designer
Northcentral University
Brian Endfinger
Senior Instructional Designer
Northcentral University
Nurturing the Whole Student Through Data-Driven Decision Making

The goal of accreditation is continuous improvement and ensuring institutional accountability. How can an institution balance regulatory pressures with meeting the needs of the whole student? Discover tips, tricks and practical strategies that keep the student front and center to drive collective decision making.

Julie Nideffer
Faculty
Ashford University
Debby Hailwood
Faculty
Ashford University
Molly Molnar
Faculty
Ashford University