Events from January 24, 2024 - December 12, 2023

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Dual Enrollment Programs

Excellent dual/concurrent enrollment programs share common priorities and practices that help drive their success. We talk about seven areas of focus that define great programs and how DualEnroll helps programs efficiently and consistently integrate these habits into their daily work.

Research Rendezvous

Research Rendezvous is an informal meeting of colleagues that offers a casual, discussion-based interactive environment for individuals looking to learn more about research and ways to incorporate it into their dual enrollment program.

Foster Gratitude Among General Education and Dual Credit Communities

Statewide conversations about General Education and Dual Credit are strong but have seldom overlapped in Idaho. During this webinar, attendees will learn more about the context, design, scope, reception, and future of this effort to build common statewide awareness and understanding of how Dual Credit and General Education meaningfully intersect.

Increasing the Supply of Credentialed Concurrent Enrollment Instructors

In a rural section of the country that is struggling to get teachers in a classroom - regardless of qualifications, how can we get qualified concurrent enrollment instructors? Understanding the complexities of the secondary education classroom along with teacher mindset help to provide insight into the high school world.

Research Round-Up: The Benefits of Dual Enrollment

This NACEP research roundup focuses on what research tells us about the benefits of dual enrollment for students. Presenters will review and discuss articles specific to the field. Viewers will have the opportunity to engage and ask questions as well as review articles prior to the webinar.

Research Rendezvous

Join NACEP’s Research Rendezvous and learn from practiced researchers ways to collect and analyze data from assessment and evaluation, program planning, and beyond.