The National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI) is one of the most widely recognized and respected faculty development programs for engineering instructors in the U.S.  Since its inception in 1991, NETI workshops have drawn over 1,600 participants from the over 250 universities.  The workshop has received stellar reviews and surveys of past participants show that NETI has successfully motivated them to adopt or increase their use of teaching practices known to correlate with improved student learning and made participants more reflective and student-centered in their teaching practice.  Here’s what former attendees are saying!

“The workshop taught me how to motivate and enhance students’ learning in the class. It made me realize my lectures were too boring for my undergraduate students.”

“I liked that teaching techniques could be discussed from an engineering perspective and that time was taken to discuss actual implementation of ideas in our own courses.”

“It was great to learn how there are concrete methods that can be incorporated without spending a ton of time.”

“I liked that the instructors modeled the teaching techniques that were presented.”

“I would surely recommend this workshop to my colleagues.”

“I learned an incredible amount!”

“Thank you so much.  Great input and inspiration.”

“Very excellent and knowledgeable facilitators!”

“Very informative. Very useful.”

“The presenters were amazing!”