Are you interested in teaching talented honors students in the best way possible? Sign up for the Inaugural Summer Honors Faculty Institute hosted by The National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) & the European Honours Council (EHC) taking place on May 30th until June 1st, 2016 . The Honors Faculty Institute is focused on helping its participants to develop their knowledge, skills, and resources that are necessary for designing and implementing effective honors courses for the university they are working at. This year the institute organizes an intensive workshop focused on three separate topics, namely: creating community, enhancing academic competence, and offering bounded freedom. The three day training will take place at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen, the Netherlands and is aimed at university professors, instructors, lecturers, and researchers who aspire to teach academically talented honors students.
If you are currently teaching honors courses, or if you want to develop more skills regarding honors program development, this is the perfect opportunity for you. More information on registration, fees and workshop elements can be found below.
Registration for this intensive workshop is possible until May 1, 2016. And you can register via this link.
The costs for participation are 550 euros, and registration is limited to 25 participants.
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For questions regarding the institute, contact firstname.lastname@example.org