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CORD's site-based workshops are designed for high school, adult education, and community college faculty and are tailored to meet local needs. 

Workshops can be delivered at your location in single-day, multiple-day, or hybrid formats combining face-to-face instruction and online learning community support. Below is a sampling of our most-requested workshops. All can be customized for your state or local needs. If you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, just ask. We can combine topics or create a new workshop that will meet your professional development goals. 

  • Introduction to Contextual Teaching and Learning 
  • Using Career Pathways to Contextualize Instruction for Adult Learners
  • Reinvigorating Employer Advisory Committees
  • Employer Engagement in Career Pathways 
  • The Career Pathways Effect Workshop Series 
  • Integrating Mathematics Across Disciplines
  • Flipped Learning: A Guide to Create, Collaborate, and Engage
  • Blended Learning: A Hands-On Approach to Building Technology-Infused Lessons
  • Teaching in a Digital Age
  • Differentiated Instruction: Meeting the Learning Needs of All Students
  • Evaluating Students in a Standards-Based Culture
  • Reducing Dropout Rates with Contextual Teaching and Learning
  • Customized topics to meet your state/local needs   

Please tell us about your workshop needs and our team will contact you with further details and options. 

Consider the following as you begin planning your workshop:

  • Target audience
  • Workshop length
  • Content focus
  • Will the workshop be delivered to fulfill the professional development component of a grant?
  • Will the workshop be held in conjunction with another event?
  • What are the top three goals you'd like to accomplish with the proposed workshop?


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