Utilizing Centers for Teaching and Learning to Enhance Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships

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Check out this publication by NACEP members Christine Denecker and Teresa Focarile

Faculty Liaisons serve an important role in establishing and maintaining strong concurrent enrollment partnerships through the training and mentoring of concurrent enrollment instructors. Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTLs) can help with this work by providing guidance on how to create initial course-specific training and annual professional development opportunities. CTLS can also support faculty liaisons in best practices for conducting site visits and aligning curriculum. This POD Speaks resource shares the ways concurrent enrollment partnerships, and faculty liaisons in particular, can lean on Centers for Teaching in Learning as they work to ensure course alignment and student success.