The following are the upcoming webinars is our series for this summer. Each has a default cost of $100 which is an institutional registration and provides up to 5 individual email logins. If you only need a single registration, the cost for non-members
is $75. Members of NCLCA receive the member benefit of a $25 discount for single registrations which makes the cost only $50.
NCLCA also offers a 3-pk of seminars for just $250. Consider how you can stretch your professional development monies by using this value packed online delivery series. The 3-pk entitles you to choose 3 paid sessions for up to 1 year following the purchase.
New titles to be released August 1. Having a total of 15 individuals be able to attend each 1.5 hr. session, using the 3-pk means NCLCA authorized professional development will cost you just $12/hr. If you have questions or comments, or suggestions for future
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Academic Coaching: How to move your successful program to the online environment.
Fri, Jun 26, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Our Presenters: Kiara Kumar (UCF), Becky Piety (UCF), and Tasha Ziegler (FGCU)
Join us as we discuss how to move your academic coaching program to an effective process online. Peer academic coaching and professional academic success coaching are programs provided within the learning centers at the University of Central Florida and Florida
Gulf Coast University. This webinar presents the detailed transition to a fully online program during the spring 2020 term. Participants will learn about each department, what resources were utilized, testimonials from staff about their experiences, and lessons
learned by staff at each institution.
Learning Objectives - Attendees will be able to…
1. Understand the different demands between transitioning a peer coaching program and a professional coaching program online
2. Identify the resources needed to move a coaching program online
3. Discuss how transitioning an academic coaching program can be highly effective in an online environment
4. Consider staff members’ experiences as they facilitate academic coaching online
The Kortschak model – A Multi-Disciplinary and Clinical Approach to Providing Academic Coaching and Other Support Services
Fri, Jul 10, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Our Presenter: Julie Loppacher, University of Southern California
Through the three tenants of Research, Training and Service the Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity uses a sustainable, multi-disciplinary, and clinical approach to delivering academic coaching services to students with learning differences and all
This workshop will outline the Kortschak model of support and offer adaptations for your center. Participants will have an opportunity to: assess their campus and community resources, discuss working with ‘Gen-Z’ students, and beneficial faculty engagement
1. Understand and identify the benefits of providing a clinical structure to providing academic coaching services.
2. Understand and identify the benefits of providing Occupational Therapy students in an academic setting
3. Understand the differing characteristics of students from generations: millennials, gen-x, gen-y and gen-z and how to provide dynamic services to meet the needs of the students
4. Identify potential partnerships on your campus and in your surrounding community to enhance the delivery of academic coaching services
Yes! Supplemental Instruction (SI) DOES work online!
Fri, Jul 24, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Our Presenters: Kait Lamontagne (College of Charleston) and Matthew Mattox (LSU)
Summary: With the sudden transition to e-learning this year, Supplemental Instruction programs have been tasked with shifting their services to a virtual platform. We train our SI Leaders to be flexible and create contingency plans for their sessions, but are
we, as program coordinators, doing the same when it comes to our programming?
This session will introduce effective methods of virtual support that maintain the integrity of the SI model.
Participants will learn:
· Logistics to move an existing SI program to a virtual platform
· Steps to ensure compliance with SI certification standards
· Ways to train SI Leaders to use collaborative learning techniques especially conducive to online platforms
· Strategies to strengthen relationships between SI Leaders and students and SI Leaders and program coordinator(s)
Online Learning Assistance by Design
Fri, Aug 14, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Our presenter is Wendy Simmerman, BYU
Online learning assistance is often reactionary and imitative, spurred by external forces and created by transferring what happens in a face-to-face environment to an online
one. This webinar will walk participants through an instructional design approach to online learning assistance--a thoughtful, deliberative method that places student success at the forefront, maximizes institutional resources, is built for effective
assessment and evaluation, and allows for sustainability and scalability over time.
1) Participants will understand basic principles of instructional design as applied to online learning assistance
2) Participants will develop the skills to conduct basic needs’ analyses at their own institutions
3) Participants will have an increased awareness of the models, modalities, platforms, and resources available when planning online learning assistance
Use the following link to register and pay to attend. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2595635099376235792
Past-President, Treasurer, Current Webinar Coordinator, NCLCA
2018 Recipient NCLCA Lifetime Achievement Award