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Roadmap

Foundation courses on the platform

Academic Integrity: Cheating and plagiarism

Change management

Coaching & mentoring

Course Planning

Creating service-learning/volunteering opportunities for students

Designing and developing online courses

Developing effective advisory and governing boards

Developing the digital strategy

Employability in the curriculum

Engaging Higher Education Students with Project-Based Learning

Essentials of effective teaching

Grant development and compliance

Inclusive approaches to teaching and Learning

Integrating Lifelong skills and value in lesson designing/planning

Leadership – theory and practice

Leadership for libraries in the digital university

Managing Faculty Wellbeing

Managing Meetings

Onboarding Faculty and Staff

Online learning assessment

Presentation skills

Problem-solving Part 1

Problem-solving part 2

Project management

Restorative education

Teaching Online: An inclusive learning community approach

Teaching Theories

The lecture: purpose and strategies

Time management

Writing learning outcomes

 

2022-23 courses

FACULTY

  • Adaptability
  • Adult learning theories
  • Analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of assessment results
  • Assessing student engagement
  • Assessment foundations
  • Autistic students in HE
  • Being an ally and activist educator
  • Building Cultural competency in teaching
  • Communicating with Students
  • Digital transformation
  • Effective academic advising techniques
  • Effective Tutor feedback: assessment for student learning
  • Engaging in productive writing
  • Enhancing Student Learning
  • Enhancing student retention
  • Feminist scholarship and critical theory perspectives to catalyze change in higher ed practice
  • Flipped Learning
  • Integrating technology into education
  • Internationalization of the curriculum
  • Managing a research project
  • Managing diversity
  • Online safeguarding
  • Outside the classroom: experiential learning
  • Practical strategies to advance equity in higher education.
  • Preparing and creating lesson plans
  • Reflexive Praxis in Higher Education
  • Research ethics and governance
  • Research for impact
  • Research methods and methodologies
  • Sexual Harassment Awareness
  • Supporting Diverse Students
  • The impact of power, privilege, and oppression in higher education
  • The Role of Identity, Bias, and Stereotypes in Teaching and Learning
  • Tracing the arc from Diversity to Social Justice in understanding “the Other.”
  • Transparent assignment design
  • Understanding and addressing micro-aggressions inside and outside the classroom
  • Using rubrics to enhance online learning
  • Who are you and who are your students ?  A strengths-based approach to being a higher ed professional

ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Academic Space Management
  • Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
  • Analyzing digital media
  • Analyzing narratives
  • Analyzing social networks
  • Branding and Positioning
  • Budgeting
  • Budgeting for chairs and course directors
  • Climate Crisis in the Curriculum
  • Communicating for results
  • Communications Planning and Execution
  • Contract Drafting
  • Crisis management
  • Customer focus
  • Data analysis techniques
  • Data Decisions for Digital Leaders
  • Data visualization
  • Developing a program effectiveness plan (pep)
  • Developing new programs: research and selection
  • Digital Marketing
  • Discover ways to foster an AI-ready culture in your business
  • Do you manage or lead?
  • Effective delegation
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Essential components of academic support services
  • Event Planning and Management
  • Excellence Orientation
  • Financial Accounting
  • Health, Safety and the Environment
  • Internal Audit Delivery
  • Interpreting Non-GAAP Reports
  • Leadership and Change: Innovation and creativity
  • Managing individual performance in relation to strategic objectives
  • Managing Virtual Teams
  • Media Relations Management
  • Office and Document Management
  • Open access models for the digital university
  • Partnership Identification and relationships
  • Process optimization
  • Project Management Professional
  • Qualitative data analysis
  • Quality control
  • Quantitative data analysis
  • Resource management
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Sourcing and Contract Negotiation
  • Strategic leadership in higher education
  • Supplier Management
  • Widening participation in HE
  • Working with qualitative data
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On Demand Programs 

Tailored to meet the needs of institutions, our programs come with live online interaction from the lead instructor and certified by Quality Matters. 

 

Excellence in HE Teaching:

  • The lecture: purpose and strategies
  • Writing learning outcomes
  • Employability in the curriculum
  • Essentials of effective teaching
  • More Effective teaching
  • Inclusive approaches to teaching and Learning
  • Teaching Theories
  • Course Planning
  • Integrating Lifelong skills and value in lesson designing/planning
  • Restorative education
  • Flipped Learning
  • Engaging Higher Education Students with Project-Based Learning

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion:

  • Building Cultural competency in teaching
  • The Role of Identity, Bias, and Stereotypes in Teaching and Learning
  • The impact of power, privilege, and oppression in higher education
  • Who are you and who are your students? A strengths-based approach to being a higher ed professional
  • Reflexive Praxis in Higher Education
  • Feminist scholarship and critical theory perspectives to catalyze change in higher ed practice
  • Practical strategies to advance equity in higher education.
  • Understanding and addressing microaggressions inside and outside the classroom
  • Being an ally and activist educator
  • Tracing the arc from Diversity to Social Justice in understanding “the Other.”

Higher Education Leadership Excellence:

  • Leadership – theory and practice
  • Change management
  • Managing Meetings
  • Developing the digital strategy
  • Onboarding Faculty and Staff
  • Managing Faculty Wellbeing
  • Developing effective advisory and governing boards
  • Leadership for libraries in the digital university
  • Strategic leadership in higher education
  • Leadership and Change: Innovation and creativity

Digital Skills Excellence:

  • Designing and developing online courses
  • Teaching Online: An inclusive learning community approach
  • Flipped Learning
  • Online learning assessment
  • Integrating technology into education
  • Engaging Higher Education Students with Project-Based Learning
  • Data visualisation
  • Online safeguarding
  • Analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of assessment results
  • Managing Virtual Teams

Excellence in Research Practice:

  • Research methods and methodologies
  • Managing a research project
  • Research ethics and governance
  • Qualitative data analysis
  • Quantitative data analysis
  • Analysing social networks
  • Analysing digital media
  • Analysing narratives
  • Research for impact
  • Writing and disseminating research

Transformative Educator Program:

  • Transformative Learning: Overview & Application in Higher Education
  • TL Teaching and Learning Strategies
  • Assessing Transformative Learning
  • Implementing TL in the Classroom, Curriculum, and Institutionally

Qaspir Foundation Research Survey for Faculty Preparedness to Facilitate Soft Skills©

A 17 question survey.

Please move through questions 1-16 quickly and mark your initial feeling about how you would rate yourself. A final question allows for free form response.

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Strongly DisagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly Agree
I learned something valuable
I enjoyed the flow of the course
The instructors were engaging
The course material was easy to follow
The live meetings and activities were helpful

Your Details

‘First Generation’ - A formal definition of a first-generation college student is a student whose parent(s) did not complete a four-year college or university degree and who therefore has no immediate family role model for being a college student.
If each of the following were added as an outcome you were supposed to help your students achieve in each of the classes you teach, how well prepared do you feel you are right now to help students reach the indicated outcome?
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