NROC Ambassadors share their implementation use cases, instructional best practices, efficacy stories, and technology wants to inform development priorities, fortify the NROC community, and grow student success. Become an Ambassador: showcase how you are effectively using NROC tools and courses via a case study, webinar, conference, workshop, social, special member events, and more. Tell us how you want to contribute.
Recently, we celebrated exemplary 2020 member contributions. We thank these members for centering learners and making NROC stronger.
Babette Benken, California State University at Long Beach
Babette has adapted EdReady to support pre-service and in-service mathematics teachers.
The team at Kentucky Skills U
Kentucky Skills U developed and shared HippoCampus playlists designed within instructional frameworks specifically aligned to the needs of adult learners.
Henry Jackson, Ocean County College, New Jersey
Henry's unwavering focus is trained on opening doors for first-generation college students through collaborations with secondary school partners.
Judy Lowe, Chattanooga State, Tennessee
Judy pioneered best practices related to leveraging technologies to improve student success. Her voice and breadth of contributions have been woven into The NROC Project since its inception, and our work is more impactful because of her generosity and know-how.
Webinars highlight educational thought leadership, NROC case studies, and technical trends, tips, and tricks
Texas College Bridge is an initiative underwritten by the Texas Education Agency’s Home Learning Program, supported by The Commit Partnership, and powered by The NROC Project’s adaptive EdReady learning platform. The statewide initiative was launched as a response to a growing college readiness problem further aggravated by COVID-19. Partners discuss the evolution of this growing college-readiness effort and consider how secondary and postsecondary education leaders can use this work as a model for impactful programming, tailored to local populations and needs.
Get your creative juices flowing with a fast-paced tour of both emerging and established models for summer programming that will help students prepare for a successful start to the 2021-22 academic year. We explore community-based, STEM-focused programming, secondary and postsecondary partnerships, supporting Dakota Promise scholars, and an FYE (first-year experience) initiative.
With accountability measures now extending beyond high-stakes assessments, many schools are uncovering new ways of identifying gaps and accelerating gains, as they work to equitably level the playing field for all learners. Hear how leaders from resilient schools are addressing 'learning loss'.
In this webinar, we explore the power of compact summer FYE courses, bolstered by personalized review in math and English, to improve student retention and success.
Join us for a light-hearted look at the very real power of learning from our mistakes and an opportunity to support one another as we welcome a new year of possibilities—together.
Consider opportunities emerging from the disruption of the past year that impact both policy and practice across education sectors.
Members of the Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance share what they've learned in light of COVID-19.
Education thought leaders and secondary and postsecondary practitioners weigh in on the strategies and tools that can help us meet learners where they are, now and into the uncertain future.
NROC Info Sessions are short, topical presentations followed by a facilitated question-and-answer period. These brief and regular online meetups are the perfect opportunity for you to learn how NROC membership can support your initiatives.