Laureate Faculty in the 21st Century (In English) 
 
Course Code: FACD.LFTC.EN
Creator: LNPS
Date: 5/14/2014 12:00 PM
Provider: LNPS
Delivery Mode: Online
Program: FACD
Cost: $0
Duration: 4 Weeks
Title: Laureate Faculty in the 21st Century (In English)
Prerequisites: None
Total Course Hours: 20
 

Topics: Laureate context and philosophy, student population in the 21st century, the elements of effective learning and teaching, and faculty competencies.

In this self-paced course, Laureate Faculty will have a space for reflection. It aspires to help you analyze your performance as a teacher in a global university and be able to identify professional challenges and opportunities that come with being part of the Laureate International Network. It includes the following topics:

Topic I: The Laureate context

Topic II: The XXI Century students

Topic III: The elements of effective learning and teaching

Topic IV: The competencies of an effective instructor

In this course, you will reflect on your performance as a professional and the impact you have on your students. You will be asked to explore and recognize your strengths and areas of opportunity with the purpose of enhancing your teaching skills as well as take action to achieve better results.


Laureate Faculty in the 21 Century Benefits
Seize the meaning of belonging to an international community of modern educators and expand your knowledge on the new generations of learners.


Duration: 4 weeks / 20 hours
Cost: 100% scholarships. Time and space is limited.
Code: FACD.LFTC.EN
Also available in: Spanish, Portuguese


This course is offered in English, Spanish and Portuguese. If you wish to enroll in a different language than the current one, go to the header of this page and under "Faculty Development" click on "Language" to select the version of your choice.

 

 
More information about this resource:
 
Resource Type(s): Courses
University(ies): Laureate International Universities
Academic Discipline(s): Architecture, Art and Design;Business & Management;Communications;Education;Engineering & IT;Health Sciences;Hospitality Management;Law and Legal Studies;Others
Training Priority(ies): Adult Learning;Educational Opportunities;Educational Technology;Teaching Strategies
Language(s): English

Registration





Course Start: January 15, 2014

Course End: February 13, 2014

Enrollment Deadline: December 12, 2013

Course Start: March 12, 2014

Course End: April 09, 2014

Enrollment Deadline: February 23, 2014