While most college instructors have heard of flipped classrooms, many instructors still teach in ways that are comfortable to them. The flipped classroom, however, is worth implementing for a variety of reasons.
Carla Hickman, managing director of EAB, explains what’s behind the trend and what community colleges are doing to counteract it.
The design and implementation of career pathways are critical to advancing the achievement of students of color at community colleges. During this webinar, the facilitators discuss how Prince George’s Community College’s (PGCC) faculty-led, needs-assessment program enabled the college to develop academic and career pathways, and how faculty members mapped each department program with detailed outcomes, course sequences, and milestones that provide students with clear paths to graduation.