Programs for Faculty
Faculty can become more effective instructors—and earn micro-credentials—through enrolling in ACUE’s Open Enrollment Courses.
Open Enrollment Courses
ACUE offers open enrollment, micro-credential courses in effective in-class and online teaching practices. Faculty complete these graduate-level, fully-online courses with a learning community of peers.
In every course, ACUE’s learning design guides faculty from foundational knowledge through higher order learning to the implementation of proven approaches, reflection on one’s practice, and refinement based on peer and expert feedback.
Faculty who complete the requirements for each open enrollment course earn a micro-credential in a set of competencies as outlined in the ACUE Effective Practice Framework©. Faculty who complete all four courses in either track earn the full ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction. The micro-credentials and full credential are nationally recognized and endorsed by the American Council on Education (ACE).
Tuition is $600 per course.
Effective Teaching Practices
Effective Online Teaching Practices
ACUE-credentialed faculty are proven to enhance student engagement, retention and learning. Connect with us to learn more about our graduate-level open enrollment courses and micro credentials.
Faculty who complete the requirements for each open enrollment course earn a micro-credential in a set of competencies as outlined in the ACUE Effective Practice Framework©. Faculty who complete all four courses earn the full ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction, the only nationally recognized teaching credential endorsed by the American Council on Education (ACE).
ACUE recommends but does not require faculty to complete the open enrollment courses in sequential order as presented below.
Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment
Learn how to engage underprepared students, embrace diversity in your classroom, provide useful feedback and more.
Online Start Date: January, 2020
Promoting Active Learning
Gain proven techniques in using active learning, planning and facilitating discussions, and more.
Inspiring Inquiry and Preparing Lifelong Learners
Hone your ability to motivate your students, provide clarity of expectations in your classroom, develop self-directed learners, and more.
Designing Student-Centered Courses
Learn evidence-based practices for designing powerful learning outcomes, aligning all your course to support students in meeting those outcomes and planning a first day that ensures students start strong.