CAREER EDUCATION REVIEW: CURRENT ISSUE
FEATURES & REPORTS - OCTOBER 2015
Turning Strangers into Students™ (and Advocates) – A Study on Inbound Marketing and Recruitment in Higher Education (Part 1)
By Dr. Jean Norris, Managing Partner, Norton|Norris, Inc. and Linda Ganster, Managing Partner, The Grandview Group
This study explores the challenges of the current situation facing career colleges, the opportunities available to the sector, and a proposed 3-part solution to create a more effective, credible and transparent marketing and admissions process.
By Bob Atkins, CEO and Founder, Gray Associates
Pricing can affect every stage in the student lifecycle, from consideration through completion. This article lays out a way to think about pricing strategy and an approach for determining the right pricing actions for your institution.
Campus of Distinction
David J. Waldron, Author and Advisor on Organizational, Team, and Individual Effectiveness in Career Sector Education
This article is an excerpt from Waldron’s upcoming book, “A Great Place to Learn & Earn” (Country View). A consensus driven culture of teamwork, performance, compliance, and recognition forms the foundation for a company or campus of distinction.
The Nuts and Bolts of Reauthorization
By Aaron Lacey and Chris Murray, Thompson Coburn LLP
This article examines the fundamentals of the reauthorization process, shedding light on what it really means to “reauthorize” the HEA.
Using Active Learning Pedagogy and the KDKA Instructional Design Model in Curriculum Development
By Fawzi BenMessaoud, School of Informatics & Computing, Indiana University & Purdue University Indianapolis
This article describes the process used to design and develop curriculum using active learning pedagogy and the Knowledge Departed & Knowledge Assimilated (KDKA) Instructional Design (ID) model.
Learn Más: Enrolling the Taco Bell Generation
By Dr. Joel A. English, Vice President, Centura College, Aviation Institute of Maintenance, and Tidewater Tech
In order to remain relevant to a Millennial audience, our schools must adapt the way we advertise, teach, and support students. Dr. Joel English compares the radical shift that Taco Bell has made in its marketing approach to the ways that the career school sector must also conform to today’s 18-24 year-old consumers.