The Transformative Teaching Track is a two-part, two-day experiential and intensive training in classroom strategies, co-curricular design and team building with an emphasis on culturally responsive practice.
Our training is tailored to meet the needs of faculty who wish to play a leadership role in response to House Bill 2223 and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s 60x30 campaign.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board would like for colleges to send teams of two (including one INRW faculty member and one credit-level faculty member from a reading-intensive discipline) that are working together or may work together in the implementation of co-requisite courses in the fall and spring.
What we Offer:
- Innovative and engaging lessons
- Team building activities and planning time
- Culturally relevant curricula
- Connections to universities and research opportunities
- Individual and team coaching
- Access to a national network of experts
Additionally, attendees can earn one graduate credit at UT-Austin for their participation in this training in the fall and one in the spring through the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy. For more information, please visit: https://extension.utexas.edu/catch-the-next
Session Information and Registration
(to register, click the session link below):
Early Bird Rate: Free to the first 10 colleges to register 1 faculty team (2 people)*
Regular Rate: $350 per person
*Thanks to the support of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and Austin Community College, the first 10 colleges to register 1 faculty team will be eligible for this rate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Space is limited. Registrants will be enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Need more information about this training?
Contact CTN Operations Manager Lydia CdeBaca at bwMWCwYOQQwLCg0ODA4vDA4bDAcbBwoBChcbQQAdCA@nospam for questions about registration
CTN Director of Professional Development Allegra Villarreal at ehsWFh8dCBtUDBMWFhsICB8bFjoZGw4ZEg4SHxQfAg5UFQgd@nospam for questions about session structure and content