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- Mini Webinars
Mini Webinars are short courses on specified topics related to intercultural learning teaching. Meant to serve as orientations, these are 30-45 minutes in length and are always accessible to registered users and members at a low or no cost. Pre-recorded mini webinars are always free to registered members.
- Online Courses for Individuals
Our online seminars are like regular courses, where members of the Staff here at The Collective, serve as facilitators to teach you the basics of liberatory course design or our proprietary teaching pedagogy for literature. All materials are included in the cost and 2 50-minute private, one-on-one consultations are included in the cost of the course. The difficulty and length of the course determine the cost. These courses are for individuals. Institution course offerings and prices differ.
- Private Consultations for Individuals
Make an appointment to get answers about specific concerns that you have related to curricular design. Appointments start at 30 minutes and continue for up to 1 hour. Participants with curricular design questions should allow for a session of one full hour to discuss one area of the curriculum only. Questions should be submitted before the appointment to allow for a satisfactory amount of time to discuss challenges.
- Online Consultations for Institutions
These semi private online meetings guarantee 6 consultation sessions with small groups of 3-4 people for up to 80 minutes.
- Courses for Institutions/Departments
We can prepare different types of seminars according to the needs of the institution/department including, but not limited to: backwards course design, teaching for intercultural competence, intersectional antiracist pedagogy, our proprietary pedagogy for teaching literature in the World Languages equitable and inclusive methodologies in mind. We offer summer in-person seminars over several days or online only seminars over 4, 6, 8, or 12 weeks. We will do as much as we can to meet your budget. Prices consider the venue, the length of the course, the number of participants, and the difficulty of the topic.