ACUE Effective Teaching Practices

Association of College and University Educators (ACUE)
a yearlong investment in your academic career


Enroll in Effective Teaching Practices to strengthen your teaching.

Study and practice teaching excellence in a blended learning program that spans the academic year.

1. Weekly online modules

2. Weekly face-to-face cohort meetings

3. Reflection and practice

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Application open until May 10

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For more information or to let us know if you want to be recruited for ACUE 2020

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Info Session for accepted cohort: Zoom TBD

Cohort Meeting Dates:
Synchronous, in-person / online
Date and Time: TBD

$Free to participants. Costs covered by the a generous donor to UNH

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Aligning Activities and Assignments With Course Outcomes - Introduction

The UNH Office of Engagement and Faculty Development with the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CEITL) are proud to offer faculty a new opportunity to enhance UNH’s commitment to faculty and student success.

Faculty can enroll in the course in Effective Teaching Practices, offered in partnership with the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE).  The first course designed for higher education faculty leads to a nationally-recognized credential in Effective College Instruction and is endorsed by the American Council on Education (ACE). In addition, faculty who complete the course will be eligible to receive three graduate credits issued by ACUE’s accrediting body, and eight CEITL Parnership points.

The course consists of 25 modules that include teaching techniques for both face-to-face and online instruction. Faculty complete online modules and reflect upon their practice with a cohort of UNH faculty guided by a UNH facilitator.  ACUE launches the academic year course in-personwith the cohort in the fall.

As faculty progress through the course, they receive a digital badge for each unit to demonstrate their success. Faculty Digital Badges can be displayed on LinkedIn and other social media profiles, added to teaching portfolios and webpages as a sign of achievement. The course concludes with a pinning ceremony where faculty receive a credential in Effective College Instruction, ACUE pins, and a transcript of modules completed.

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Earn e-Badges in these areas of study:

1. Designing an Effective Course
Redesign courses, syllabi, and class sessions to better define and achieve desired student outcomes

2. Establishing a Productive Learning Environment
Practices that build relationships, embrace diversity, and help students persist

3. Using Active Learning Strategies
Strategies that promote and leverage active learning and facilitate engaging discussions

4. Promoting Higher Order Thinking
Strategies that deepen learning and help students take greater ownership of their studies

5. Assessing to Inform Instruction and Promote Learning
Methods of formative and summative assessment to promote learning and refine teaching

A.C.U.E. info sheet

 

 


 

Instructional continuity help

These resources, from UNH, our partner ACUE, and others, can assist faculty with instructional continuity:

UNH Academic Technology

Submit an AT ticket

Faculty Instruction from Faculty Senate
 

CEITL
request CEITL Individual Consultation

ACUE coronavirus response

ACUE Online Teaching Resources

Chronicle of Higher Education:
Going Online in a Hurry

ACUE certified instructors announcement