Qedex: On Demand Faculty Development

The 21st Century Pedagogy Institute (21CPI, https://21cpi.uco.edu), part of UCO’s Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching and Learning, is proud to offer a limited number of complimentary licenses to an on-demand faculty development platform, Qedex (https://www.qedex.org). To request a license, please complete the following form:  https://uco.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4JzPX5wHIDW1MO2

For the chance to receive 21CPI credit, please do the following:

  • Complete at least 6 hours of Qedex training (as listed for each Qedex course) within the calendar year,
  • Complete your Qedex Reflective Practice Exercise for each Qedex course, relating these reflections to one or more of the FLO areas,
  • Submit this reflection(s) along with the corresponding Certificate of Achievement for each Qedex course to 21cpi@uco.edu

You may track your 21CPI credits on the downloadable 21CPI FLO Tracking Sheet (https://www.uco.edu/academic-affairs/files/cettl/21cpi-flo-tracking-sheet3.pdf). Questions? Comments? Email us at 21cpi@uco.edu. Enjoy!

Here are examples of Qedex courses that have been matched with some of the 21CPI Faculty Learning Outcomes (FLOs):

FLO #1: Course Design – Incorporating Transformative Learning Theory with evidence-based principles of teaching and learning or engaging, student-centered practices. FLO #2: Active Learning Strategies – Need to be aligned with an outcome or objective. FLO #3: Learning Assessment – Selecting an appropriate technique to measure a student learning outcome, or utilizing a STLR rubric to measure student transformative growth FLO #4: Learning Ecosystems – Optimizing the environment for learning by applying practices of inclusion, mindfully using technology, and/or incorporating the human dimension FLO #5: Academic Professionalism – Engaging in a non-21CPI professional development event to improve pedagogy, and/or improving their work-life balance.
Preparing and Creating Lesson Plans Problem Solving Tools and Techniques: Part 1 Online Learning Assessment Academic Integrity, Cheating, and Plagiarism How to Identify and Survive a Toxic Workplace
Course Planning Problem Solving Tools and Techniques: Part 2 Developing Rubrics Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties Coaching and Mentoring
Writing Learning Outcomes Student Engagement for Online Learning Assessment and Evaluation in Online Learning Teaching Online: An Inclusive learning Community Approach Managing Faculty Wellbeing
Essentials of Effective Teaching Engaging HE Students with Project-Based Learning Educational Technologies for Online Learning Establishing Health and Wellness Programs
Become a Superstar Instructional Designer Creating Service-Learning Opportunities for Students Leading Libraries in the Digital University Time Management


These courses can also help you to develop courses that foster student development in the Transformative Learning (STLR) Outcomes as well as support your own ongoing growth and development in these areas. Here are examples of Qedex courses that align with these Outcomes:

STLR #1:

Disciplinary Knowledge

STLR #2:

Global & Cultural Competencies

STLR #3:

Health & Wellness

STLR #4:


STLR #5:

Research, Creative, & Scholarly Activities

STLR #6:

Service-Learning & Civic Engagement

Employability in the Curriculum Teaching Online: An Inclusive Learning Community Approach Establishing Health and Wellness Programs Coaching and Mentoring Problem Solving Tools and Techniques: Parts 1 & 2 Creating Service – Learning Opportunities for Students
Creating Socially Just Campuses with Restorative Practice How to Identify and Survive a Toxic Workplace Project Management Practical Presentation Skills
Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties Time Management Developing Effective Governing Bodies and Advisory Committees
Managing Faculty Wellbeing Leadership – Theory and Practice
Change Management


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