The Learner-Centered Community College: LCCC Fall 22This course, The Learner-Centered Community College, is a part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Alliance for Graduate Education in the Professoriate (AGEP) program. The Learner-Centered Community College course provides an in-depth examination of learner-centered community colleges. In learner-centered communities, learners are active and take ownership of their own learning while teachers facilitate. Learner-centered education also involves demonstrating an appreciation of learner diversity. This course begins with a brief review of the historical narrative of learner-centered education followed by an examination of contemporary references which will help learners understand how learner-centered communities exist in community colleges. Participants will also study learner-centered theories and learner-centered practices while engaging in case studies to help solidify concepts. Course taught by Dr. Rhonda Baylor, Morgan State University.
Effective Technologies in Teaching and Learning: ETTL Fall 22Effective Technologies in Teaching and Learning (ETTL) is part of a repertoire of Courses made possible by funding obtained from the National Science Foundation for the Howard, Hampton Morgan State- Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate(HHMS-AGEP). This Course can be used as partial fulfillment for the Certificate in College and University Faculty Preparation offered by Howard University. ETTL is designed for students who desire to understand new approaches to the effective use of instructional technology in their teaching practices.