Under today’s constant scrutinization can your university PROVE that students are leaving with more knowledge than they came with?

Accrediting bodies are wanting colleges and universities to demonstrate the learning that is being achieved. It isn’t magic and there is no hocus pocus, it’s proven strategies which increase the quality of the university faculty pillars: teaching, research and leadership.

We help faculty become ultra effective in:

  • Classroom Management

  •  Assessment

  • Course Design

  • Curriculum Design

  • Research

  • Papers to published articles

  • Presentations for Conferences

  • Time Organization

Teaching

Accrediting bodies are wanting colleges and universities to demonstrate the learning that is being achieved. It isn’t magic and there is no hocus pocus.

Teaching

We can help you demonstrate student learning through teaching effectiveness and using assessment that is not added-on to the curriculum or your class.  We provide assistance in teaching effectiveness to include classroom management, assessment, course design, and curriculum design.

Research

Research is considered with a varying degree of importance. On top of all the other priorities university faculty juggle they also need to deep research.

Research

We can help you turn a paper into an article; design a poster or presentation for an upcoming conference; or help you organize your time to make sure you are meeting your goals for teaching and research.

Leadership

Teaching in higher education is about meeting the requirements for accreditation, balancing the leadership role with teaching and research, or trying to balance teaching and research to become a leader.

Leadership

We can help you find and maintain a work/life balance in the midst of the all the other requirements of higher education.

What Others Have Said About Us

[Dodi] you are really an amazingly organized person and one heck of a speaker. My area of research/teaching interest is Operations Management (OM) and I think you perfectly exemplify streamlined operations & logistics with the most accurate information that I ever found in a person. …so well managed sessions over two days. I only hope that you continue in this role forever!
Subhajit Chakraborty, Ph.D.
Thank you for all your help and support with my SPA (program assessment for accreditation) report. It has really meant a lot to me. You are the best!
Sandy Nelson, Ed.D.
Writing circle provided an extensive framework to assist me in further research. The supportive environment and collegiality was especially welcoming.
Anonymous Reviewer
Tips and tricks for writing better articles; information from “insiders” (grants office, librarians) on how to write better proposals; a lot of stuff they didn’t teach me grad school; what others are researching on campus; how to peer review in a constructive way; CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK SANDWICH; microediting;
article pipeline.
Anonymous Reviewer
How to build research time into an already over-full faculty schedule. How to speed up the writing process by re-ordering tasks or adopting new techniques, e.g., write the abstract first, create a warrant sheet, send a query letter to an editor, etc. How to micro-edit.
Anonymous Reviewer
I learned how to think of writing as a continuous editing process rather than as a large project to be
tackled. Reframing my view in this manner has made tackling articles seem much less insurmountable. Following the guide to publication was helpful and I learned microediting which is not something I had
done in the past.
Anonymous Reviewer
To plug away at a project regularly. That it’s okay to work on sections of an article “out of order”, workflow management and project planning.
Anonymous Reviewer

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We would love to talk with you about how your university training center and instructors can learn more. Working with us improves results, boosts morale, motivates instructors, inspires students, gets work published and much more. Contact us here to open a conversation. 

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