Featured GT Seminars

The 2014 National Great Leaders Summit

SAVE the DATE | June 8-11, 2014 - Hendersonville, North Carolina | REGISTRATION IS OPEN! | For More Information, contact Steve Smith - steves@ngtm.net

26th Hawai'i National Great Teachers Seminar

A Continuing Adventure in Faculty Development

2014 California Great Teachers Seminar - Santa Barbara, California | August 3-8, 2014

The California Great Teachers Seminar attracts teachers from the United States and throughout the world. Since 1978, faculty members have come to California to experience the powerful Great Teachers movement. Faculty across all disciplines are invited!

The 22nd Annual North Carolina Great Teachers Seminar in the Southern Highlands of the Blue Ridge Mountains...

February 19-22, 2015 at Camp Kanuga, Hendersonville, NC

Canada Great Teachers

The Retreat Experience of a Lifetime for Post-Secondary Faculty

National Great Teachers Snapshots & News

35th Annual Pacific Northwest Great Teaching Seminar

June 15-19, 2014 | The Pacific Northwest Great Teaching Seminar is a response to the belief that the best teaching ideas, innovations, and strategies come from within our own ranks. The experts at this seminar are peers who practice the art of teaching every day like you.

14th Annual Prairie Region Great Teachers Seminar

May 12-15, 2014 | Elkhorn Resort, Riding Mountain National Park. The Prairie Region Great Teachers Seminar (Manitoba) is a 3 day intensive seminar that provides an opportunity to learn about and reflect on the challenges faced by educators in post-secondary institutions.

David Gottshall, NGTM Founder

David at the 35th International NCSPOD Conference Washington, DC - 10/19/2012 [Steve Smith, photo]

New 2014 NGTM Leadership Summit - June 8-11, 2014

More details about this totally new concept in NGTM leadership development will be posted here late fall. NGTM Founder, David Gottshall, will be in attendance! Location: Hendersonville, NC (western NC just south of Asheville).

The Celebration of Great Teaching returns to Austin CC in March 2014!

This weekend retreat is an opportunity for full-time and adjunct faculty to examine in depth what calls them to teaching and how to be the best they can be. Where: Flying L Guest Ranch, Bandera, Texas When: 3:00 p.m., Friday March 28th until 1:30 p.m., Sunday, March 30, 2014 What: An opportunity for 12 hours of Professional Development Credit. Costs are covered by ACC except for transportation or personal incidentals. *Application deadline is February 22, 2014. For more info, contact If you have questions, contact Christina Michura at cmichura@austincc.edu or David Lydic at lydic@austincc.edu.

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