Professors’ Workshop


July 18 & 19 (virtual)
July 26 & 27 (in-person)

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ACI World Headquarters
Farmington Hills, MI, USA


The 2022 Professors’ Workshop will be held in two parts; the first will be an online only event on July 18 and 19, 2022 and the second will be a face-to-face event held at ACI Headquarters in Farmington Hills, MI on July 26 and 27, 2022. Attendees have the option to register for the virtual portion only or the full workshop (virtual + in-person).

Prominent, nationally known faculty and industry representatives will present information and resources to assist professors in preparing or fine-tuning their concrete-related courses. The synchronous online portion of the workshop will focus on providing teaching resources that are suited for both online and face-to-face formats. Although the online portion will focus on providing resources, interactive online sessions are also planned to facilitate discussion and exchange ideas.

The sessions at ACI HQ will be highly interactive. Attendees will participate in numerous breakout sessions where they will develop course goals, student learning objectives in the context of topical modules, instructional materials, laboratory activities, and assessments. These breakout sessions will be focused on assisting attendees in preparing an extended syllabus and associated modules in concrete materials, structural design, and pavement design. Breakout sessions will be guided by the professors’ workshop faculty with plenty of opportunity for exchanging teaching ideas with the workshop faculty and fellow attendees. Attendees will receive a certificate of participation for attending the workshop.


Times shown below are in EDT.


Day 1 (July 18):

    • 10AM: Introduction to Concrete (Ken Hover)
    • 11AM: Active Learning in the Virtual Classroom (Chris Carroll)
    • Noon: Lunch break and open discussion
    • 1PM: Concrete Repair (David Scott)
    • 2PM: Teaching with ACI 318 PLUS (ACI Staff)

Day 2 (July 19):

    • 10AM: CRSI Capstone Course (David Fanella)
    • 11AM: Hardened Properties and Durability (Raissa Ferron)
    • Noon: Lunch break and open discussion
    • 1PM: Resources for Teaching Concrete
    • 2PM: Pavements – What to Teach and How (Norb Delatte)


Day 1 (July 26):

Morning – Active learning lectures

    • 8AM: Fresh Concrete Properties, Placing and Finishing Concrete (Ken Hover)
    • 9AM: Models for Teaching Structural Concrete (Chris Carroll)
    • 10AM Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Cement and Concrete Materials Science (Lisa Burris)
    • 11AM Teaching Concrete Design: Visualizing Systems and Behaviors (Anahid Behrouzi)

Afternoon – Course mapping

    • 1PM - 4:30PM: Participants will be divided into groups based on their teaching interests. Each topic will include a short lecture followed by a breakout session to allow the participants to develop a full module for their selected course. Participants will provide a brief overview of their breakout session before moving to the next topic.
    • Topics include: Course Mapping, Educational objectives, Student learning objectives and modules, Instructional resources

Evening – Group Dinner

Day 2 (July 27): 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    • Laboratory activities
    • Assessments panel session


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