Nikki Jackson

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Sustaining a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

We must acknowledge that each student has various factors that affect their learning. By faculty working together (admission, deans, program directors, instructors), we can encourage our students and...

Noncompliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

Follow guidelines, Keep open lines of communication and be transparent with students and the community.  When there is no trust, it affects everyone

Substantial Misrepresentation | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

In my experience,  students succeed where they feel the most welcome.  Establishing the trust is important.  Transperency is also vital for students may apply to schools based upon...

Misrepresentation | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

Misrepresentations are common. Though students all learn differently, students (from what I have experieneced) have a mind set that hands on learning guarantees a job vs. traditional school...

Disclosures and Representations | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

Disclosures and representations should both be factual. A representation may be misleading to students. 

Understanding Regulatory Oversight | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

I learned that each programs must go through its own accrediation process. The institution itself does not;however,  some employers do prefer the certifications and training come from accredited...

Compliance versus a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

Building  trust with students is key.  We hold them accountable and  have high standards so communiating and  sharing our expectations should be established on day one. 

Compliance versus a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Nikki Jackson

I believe in  transparency.  I feel that with an open line of communication, students are able to trust faculty and not hesisate to ask questions. We hold high standards and students should...

How to keep online students engaged and prevent attrition | New blog by Nikki Jackson

Over the years, I have found that structuring an online course  in regards to time from day one is best. Most online students balance work, family, and possibly other courses.  Share with st...