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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Teaching Professional Skill | Origin: ED205 | New comment by Blanche Shedrick

Everyone at one point or another has encountered critical swift thinking in their life, or in their profession, soft skills, or practial skills, it is very important in most profession to know how to...

Supporting Computer Literacy | Origin: ED205 | New comment by keith lassandro

This seemingly applies more to older students since many students these days have grown up with computers and had to endure distance learning due to Covid...

Supporting Student Professional Growth | Origin: ED205 | New comment by keith lassandro

Self assessment and a willingness to learn and adapt are vital in lifelong learning.

Teaching Personal Interaction | Origin: ED205 | New comment by keith lassandro

Our students need to communicate effectively to ensure that their patients are able to understand and follow treatment plans.

Writing Across the Curriculum | Origin: ED205 | New comment by keith lassandro

Learning to write (and learning) never ends...

Teaching Professional Skill | Origin: ED205 | New comment by keith lassandro

Encouraging students to ask good questions is important in developing critical thinking skills. 

Soft Skills for Instructors | Origin: ED115 | New comment by Joel Galindo

I think you can really gain a student's trust with soft skills.

Soft Skills for Instructors | Origin: ED115 | New comment by keith lassandro

Soft skills and Common Sense are important in the workplace.