The ExCEEd Teaching Workshop is a six-day practicum that proved engineering educators with an opportunity to improve their teach abilities. ASCE has successfully presented this workshop each summer for the have past sixteen years. Faculty members across the country and around the world have benefited from this workshop.
There are two events each year. Choose your location:
Florida - June 17-25, 2016
New York July 17-22, 2016
The ExCEEd Teaching Workshop II is a one and a half day practicum that includes: a refresher to the ExCEEd model, teaching practice, advanced topics on teaching and learning, and integrated discussion activities. This is an excellent opportunity or ExCEEd graduates to practice, improve, and expand their teaching skills with other like-minded colleagues. In addition, the workshop will include seminars and activities addressing topics such as the following:
These seminars are augmented by a demonstration class presented by an ExCEEd faculty mentor that models high-quality teaching and new techniques. Participants will teach two practice classes and receive constructive feedback from an xCEEd faculty mentor and team members. Classes will be videotaped so that participants can more effectively assess their own performance. This ExCEEd refresher will enable faculty to continue improving their teaching skills, building their confidence and poise, and enhancing their self-assessment skills necessary for continued long-term development.
Who Should Attend?
The ExCEEd Teaching Workshop II is open to any faculty member who has attended a previous ExCEEd Teaching Workshop and strives to be a better teacher.
The ExCEEd Teaching Workshop II will be held at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida on June 27-28, 2015.
Registration and Fee:
The cost to attend the ExCEEd Teaching Workshop II is $600. Space is limited and registrations will be taken as they are received.
ExCEEd II Application form (PDF)
The Mini-ExCEEd Teaching Workshop is a day and a half condensed version of the full ExCEEd Teaching Workshop. However, the Mini-ExCEEd is not a replacement for the full workshop. The Mini-ExCEEd Workshop introduces faculty members of all disciplines to the ExCEEd Teaching Model.
Twenty-four faculty members can be accommodated at the Mini-ExCEEd Workshop with two master teachers giving the seminars.
The Mini-ExCEEd Workshop is a by request program and is based on availability
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