It is critical for instructors to model professionalism to their students and all others with whom they work.  As role models for their professional area, instructors set the standard for the professional conduct that their students need to acquire. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Fostering Soft Skills in the Classroom| Origin: ED402 - ED403 | New comment by Justin Dunbar

The videos were a bit legnthy and the information was pretty obvious. I didn't feel the questions after the videos were very good. I would utilize some of the videos and information though.  

Fostering Soft Skills in the Classroom| Origin: ED402 - ED403 | New comment by Brenda A Costa

Greetings,   I enjoyed this course and appreciate the valuable information on soft skills, adaptability, problem solving, conflict resolution and self- motivation.  I've learned one of...

Teaching Professional Skill | Origin: ED205 | New comment by LaTanisha Hughey

Critical thinking is a part of ones learning, Having patience and assessing each students learning style helps the teacher in developing different strategies to enhance the students cognitive ability...

Improving Soft Skills through Emotional Intelligence | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Lucus Fletcher

why it is Important to use EQ and how to use  EQ to improve the soft skills ad succes of a teacher or club advisor

Soft Skills for Instructors | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Lucus Fletcher

Leadership. Regardless of the age level of your students, it's important for you to possess leadership skills that help you work effectively with and garner respect from students, parents,...

Soft Skills for Instructors | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Bernadette Denoux

In dealing with students in a classroom soft skills are even more important than some hard skills because we are human.  

Fostering Soft Skills in the Classroom| Origin: ED402 - ED403 | New comment by Brenda A Costa

Greetings,   I enjoyed this course and appreciate the valuable information on communication techniques for soft skills growth in the classroom. I've learned why soft skills are important,...

Fostering Soft Skills in the Classroom| Origin: ED402 - ED403 | New comment by Andrea Walraven

I think it's important for teachers to have a daily agenda posted either in person or online in the learning management system. Kids need to know deadlines and expectations ahead of...

Improving Soft Skills through Emotional Intelligence | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Brenda Blanco

I LEARNED THE IMPORTANCE OF EQ TO IMPROVE THE SOFT SKILLS AND SUCCESS AS A INSTRUCTOR

Soft Skills for Instructors | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Brenda Blanco

I LEARNED HOW SOFT SKILLS CAN AFFECT YOUR SUCCESS ON THE JOB MORE THAN TECHNICAL SKILLS.