The Texas Network Wants To Promote Your Dual Credit Program
As The Texas Network begins a new project year, we are again reminded of the hundreds of high-quality professional development topics collected from partner community colleges and providers. The statewide interest this year is in learning more about successful dual credit education and instruction. THECB has underscored the effectiveness of The Texas Network’s past training work and outreach capabilities and has asked us to develop a suite of training modules focusing on “How To” develop and offer superior Dual Credit programs.
In response to that, we are seeking acknowledged content experts to develop dual credit training modules and webinars. We are looking for experts who want to make it easy for college faculty, teachers, administrators, advisors, and counselors to sharpen their skills and keep up with the latest developments in dual credit education.
The Texas Network offers content experts a stipend to help support the development of these training modules. Content experts interested in developing a module or webinar should contact Terry Stewart Mouchayleh (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. The Texas Network project coordinator, Renee Hernandez (email: email@example.com) will work closely with content developers to design effective, visually appealing, and interactive modules, and webinars. Selected modules will be distributed electronically through The Texas Network’s website and be available at no cost to community colleges in Texas.
Click here for more information on The Texas Network’s Dual Credit Project.
We look forward to hearing from you and sharing your success with dual credit!