ACHE Region: New England
About the ACHE New England Region
ACHE New England is one of the eight regions within the ACHE Association and conducts one or more meetings each year. The New England Region serves the following:
New England Regional Meetings
2013 ACHE New England Spring Conference
Invisible Success versus Visible Failure:
The Pressing Need for Evidence-Based Online Pedagogy
April 26, 2013
Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies
The ACHE New England Region welcomed approximately forty Northeastern University and New England regional attendees (both live and online) for their 2013 Spring Conference.
Dr. Richard Clark, Professor Emeritus of Educational Psychology and Technology & Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Technology (University of Southern California), delivered a presentation entitled, Invisible Success versus Visible Failure: The Pressing Need for Evidence-Based Online Pedagogy.
Kevin Bell, Executive Director for Online Curriculum Development & Deployment (Northeastern) followed with an application of Dr. Clark's principles to NUOnline course design.
After lunch, three instructional designers held an open forum with the attendees.
You can view the full webcast of the meeting here.
We look forward to seeing you this November in Lexington for the 2013 ACHE Annual Conference & Meeting. Regional activities will take place primarily on Monday, November 4, and will include the First Timers Welcome and our regional business meeting.
Policy and Procedures Manual of ACHE New England: includes all policies, procedures, and duties of the elected officers.
Bylaws and Constitution