Before attending NTI this summer, it is critical that you fully understand the level of commitment involved. Check travel arrangements including flight schedules to ensure that no NTI classes will be missed or interrupted due to late arrivals or early departures. Check your email and registration materials for any messages or announcements that may be critical to your success and participation. If in doubt about any issues related to the Advanced Studies Program or courses, check the program information at www.electricaltrainingalliance.org or with Melissa Parsly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Following NTI, participants will be required to complete an activity (or activities) in order to complete the course.
- Credit for the course will not be received until all submissions are completed satisfactorily.
Thanks for your efforts as you get prepared to come to NTI. We are looking forward to seeing you in Ann Arbor! Good luck to you as you continue your NTI experience!
- Class Participation Acknowledgement
- Read Adult Education: What Makes Teaching Effective?
- Read Evidence-Based, Student-Centered Instructional Practices
- Bring at least one best practice lesson plan with you to NTI. The lesson plan should be 20-30 minutes in length.
- This should be an actual lesson plan that you use in your classroom and/or laboratory settings.
- It should be a short lesson (or part of a lesson) that you think is in good shape in relation to one or more of the following:
- based on your classroom-based research and finding what works best to teach the students
- developed based on reading the research and literature in the field
- discussed and developed with other instructors then based on best practices
- lesson based on standards or regulations