The following Gmail and Calendar workshops are available this week. Check out this calendar for additional information.
Please be advised that professional development courses are currently available through ER&D. Courses are open to full and part-time faculty and staff. Enroll TODAY, via Infonline.
Please review the attached document for a more detailed schedule and course descriptions. Feel free to contact Toshiba Adams/ER&D Curriculum Coordinator for additional information. Wishing everyone a happy and productive semester!!!
ER&D is pleased to offer an array of teaching and learning professional development courses during the spring 2013 semester. All courses are available to full and part-time faculty. Please review the attachment for further details.
Peer Support (WINTERIM SECTION) - 3 credits
1/14/13 – 5/17/13
Motivating, Advising & Retaining Students - 1 credit
2/16/13 - 4/27/13
Cultural Competence - 1 credit
3/8/13 - 4/5/13
Introduction to Online Teaching (NEW COURSE) – 1 credit
4/12/13 - 5/10/13
Please be mindful of the following professional development offerings available through ER&D, during the week of October 8th – October 12th:
ER&D is offering a series of information sessions to assist faculty and staff in their teaching and learning practices. One hour workshops are available on the identified dates and times. Advanced registration is not necessary…just show up and learn about the various campus resources.
“Dealing With Disruptive Students”
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Milwaukee Campus, FIC/M201A
Presenter: Archie Graham
ER&D is offering a selection of (for credit) professional development workshops in the area of teaching and learning and pedagogical practices. All credit offerings may go toward re-certification. Register online via INFOnline. Each workshop is valued at 0.05 credits and warrants the completion of a reflection assignment.
ZERD #007-001/0.05 credits
Friday, October 12, 2012
Milwaukee Campus, FIC/M201A
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Presenter: Jaqueline Robinson, PhD
Description: This workshop is designed to provide faculty, staff and administrators with methods to embed diversity throughout the college. Emotional intelligence and cross-cultural concepts, as they relate to students, will be explored. Participants will learn how to critically examine and address biases that emerge in the classroom and the college environment. Through discussion, research and activities participants will be better prepared to develop a diversity tool kit that they can use in their departments.
Check out this video to learn more about the content of the Cultural Competence workshop (the video was recorded for the summer professional development course; however, the content reference is still applicable to the 2-hour workshop). https://docs.google.com/a/gmatc.matc.edu/file/d/0B8s7eXYatbV6Q09JVFBGbFI4OUE/edit