For October PD Day, a group of teachers and staff came together to look at how *teachers could support teachers* for planning around our first MLK Day of Service and for other DEI related projects through the year. The larger committee looking into MLK Day decided that it would be better to adjoin activities with… Continue Reading Teachers Plan to Embrace the Dream!
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With the formal announcement of the Experiential Learning Institute, teams are underway to create the capacities and supports necessary to help you explore using experiential learning in your classrooms and offices. This summer will be an important time for development. Although construction is underway, don’t hesitate to reach out for help! Here are some things… Continue Reading Experiential Learning Institute This Summer!
August 20 was all about getting everyone up-to-date on the EL AQIP Project and to hear from you about your needs and wishes and your professional goals with regard to experiential learning. We heard about the burdens and resources needed to expand quality experiential learning opportunities on our campuses. You told us about the need… Continue Reading You Spoke; We Listened!
Students, like everyone else, love to save money. They are vocal about their support for cheaper college tuition, textbooks and course materials. Who can argue with them on that? With textbooks and materials, faculty have a chance to really help. While not all texts are the same, many survey course textbooks are very similar –… Continue Reading How Does Openstax College Stack Up?
On behalf of our team, including UpNorth Media Center / LIAA, NMC’s Audio Technology Program, and NMC’s SOC 201 (Modern Social Problems) students, we formally invite you to view and share our educational video created this semester, Starving for Change. The video showcases the work of this team in creating a short-form video exploring the challenges of… Continue Reading Starving for Change