February 2014
New Program

Available for members February 17- March 3, 2014

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According to American College Testing (ACT), one in every four college students leaves before completing their sophomore year and nearly half of all freshmen will either drop out before obtaining a degree or complete their college education elsewhere. This is why developing a comprehensive agenda for the First Year Experience (FYE) is important. 

Many schools build into their curriculum first-year seminars or other programs that are developed to collaboratively promote student access, success, and excellence. FYI, It's About FYE will showcase various FYE program methods and their effectiveness in retaining and enhancing student performance and retention.


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Monthly Program

Featured for members Feb. 1-28, 2014

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This program will look at not only the key elements of online curriculum development but show what several colleges and universities are doing. Features include the Lecroy Center's Ready2Go course concept, Governors State University's Online Faculty Certification, and cloud computing trends. A number of content and presentation strategies will also be showcased.


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What's in the News
How Schools Kill Creativity
Taken from an article written by Cormac Reynolds 

According to an article posted by Cormac Reynolds, "Ken Robinson is possibly one of the most famous education lecturers in the world and his 
TED Talk on 'How Schools Kill Creativity' is probably one of the most talked of the series. Robinson makes a very entertaining and interesting case that the way we are taught doesn't help our natural creative impulses and in fact quells them."   
                                                                 Ken's Presentation

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