Home | Finding our ForTe: AdZU wraps up Higher Ed retooling, rolls out for Basic Ed training

After a total of 45 webinars, the AdZU Formation and Teaching through Technology (AdZU ForTe) team, composed of School of Education (SEd) and College of Science & Information Technology (CSIT) faculty that leads the university teaching force through this transition, completes its TECH and TEACH retooling courses for the Higher Education Unit.

With more than 200 faculty and staff particitipants,the retooling courses target to beef up faculty tech and teach skills and gear them up for remote, online learning. This month, the AdZU ForTe team kicks off the Training of Trainers (TOT) for all basic education units in preparation for the new school year.

Following the RIGHT Learning approach, ForTe is AdZU’s holistic response to this transition. Composed of TECH, TEACH and TACK courses, ForTe will redesign the curriculum, reengineer the classroom, and reinvent student life.

The TECH courses focus on strengthening teacher technology-based skills and competencies in the development and delivery of learning resources; TEACH courses help teachers set-up their respective digital classrooms; and TACK courses enable them to create a healthy learning atmosphere in the digital classroom.

The university is proud of its continuous faculty development and is committed to carrying out the mission of education. We move forward as we navigate through teaching and learning in the COVID-19 era.