A Certificate in College Teaching

May 2007
Teaching Professor;May2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p5
The article offers information about a Certificate in College Teaching that is formally offered by the Colleges of Worcester Consortium in Massachusetts. The Consortium describes the certificate program as a collaborative institutional response to the challenges of promoting exemplary teaching in the complex higher education markets. It is said that the program allows students a great degree of flexibility. How the certificate program can be undertaken is also discussed.


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