Transformation Workshop Resources

As part of Transformation Initiative 4909, LeX has partnered with OSI and Frontier Design Group to explore the intersections of teaching, learning, and innovation in this three-workshop series. ​Each session provides a foundation for discussion and exploration centered around the following themes: Whole Human Education, Workforce Readiness, and World-Class Learning

Please note: Faculty development funds are available to compensate Part-Time Faculty who participate in each workshop. When adding their hours in the Time Entry system, part-time faculty should select Transformational Workshop in the activity field. For detailed instructions, please download the job aid.

Whole Human Education - Resources

In a crowded landscape of nearly 2,500 universities, how can United NU stand out and make a difference? Our students are support-givers in their jobs, families, and communities, and they seek and highly value receiving such support in their educational journeys. Faculty play a key role in providing holistic support for Whole Human Education. In this workshop, faculty shared effective practices, discuss ways to use available student data, and explore tools designed to help faculty quickly and effectively meet each student’s unique learning needs. View workshop resources below to learn more.

Recording: Whole Human Education Workshop

Time Entry Instructions for Part-Time Faculty Who Attended Workshops

Class Progress: Tool Features and Viewing Individual Student Progress

Class Progress Settings: Adjusting Dashboard Indicators

Incorporating Social-Emotional Learning in the College Classroom

How UC Berkeley Uses Research-Based Practices to Improve Social and Emotional Well-Being and Restoring Whole-Life Balance

 

Workforce Readiness Resources

National University offers a wide range of personal, professional, and academic learning opportunities to help adult learners be ready to meet the demands of the careers of the future world of work in an evolving global environment. NU helps adult learners accumulate credits toward a college degree, certificate, or to meet continuing education requirements. In this second workshop in the series, faculty share and explore effective practices for supporting our students’ career needs through both course design and teaching, and discover the innovative tools that NU is implementing to help students more easily identify courses and programs that align with career paths and options. View workshop resources below to learn more.

Recording: Workforce Readiness Workshop

Learning Experience Workforce Development at NU on the Why and How of Work-Related Content in NU Courses

Short Bibliography of Recent Articles for Further Exploration

Learn how NU promotes skills in practical ways.

4 Ways to Incorporate Life-Skills Learning into Your Undergraduate Courses and Prepare Students for Their Futures

World-Class Learning - COMING SOON

National University offers a wide range of personal, professional, and academic learning opportunities to help adult learners be ready to meet the demands of the careers of the future world of work in an evolving global environment. NU helps adult learners accumulate credits toward a college degree, certificate, or to meet continuing education requirements. In this second workshop in the series, faculty share and explore effective practices for supporting our students’ career needs through both course design and teaching, and discover the innovative tools that NU is implementing to help students more easily identify courses and programs that align with career paths and options.