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AFMTE - Online Training Update
July, 2014  
AFMTE - Featured Training Opportunity New Online Training Course

ED123 - Adaptive Learning in Higher Education

This course will provide you with a basic overview of the background and history of an innovative instructional method called Adaptive Learning (AL). AL is growing in popularity and differs from traditional educational methods as it focuses on individualized, personalized instruction for everyone. With the rise of technology, AL has a definite place in higher education. This course discusses the background, importance, issues, attitude changes, implementation and future of AL. The advantages outweigh any disadvantages as AL can help create individualized instruction and increase student success. >>>

AFMTE - Featured Training Opportunity New Online Training Course

EL114 - Respecting Copyrights and Leveraging Available Resources

This course provides a basic overview of the background and history of the usage of copyrighted materials in U.S. education. Copyright usage is an often-misunderstood area of higher education. This course will help build an awareness of the U.S. Copyright Law and its various components. Instructors will be given practical examples on how to correctly use copyrighted materials in their classrooms. In the 21st century, many students do not recognize common concepts such as pirating of music and videos. Instructors are on the frontline in education and can educate newer generations on the ideas of fair use, intellectual property, and piracy issues. >>>

AFMTE - Free Stuff Free Soft Skills Tutorial

CO103 - Making Powerful Presentations

If you are like most people, speaking to groups and making presentations can make you nervous. This tutorial will show you how you can channel this nervousness into a positive force to make powerful presentations. The tutorial focuses on time-proven practices you can follow to increase your effectiveness when making presentations. >>>

AFMTE - Featured Blogger Overcoming Students' Obstacles

What are some ways that you have helped students overcome obstacles that could possibly affect their attendance in the future? Join the Discussion... >>>

AFMTE - Video Feature How Can Universities Increase Student Retention?

Higher Education professionals were asked, what can universities do to increase student retention.  See what they said and see what a student said.  What do you say?  Share Your Thoughts... >>>

AFMTE - Member Benefit Member Benefit

Members receive discounted Online Training for school administrators, faculty and staff with a Member VIP Code. Each course is facilitated by a career college expert, self-paced, and offers 4 hours of continuing education credit. Not a member? Contact your association to join today.