This week’s post offers a variety of free sources, such as, webinars, abstracts and/or podcasts for you to gain knowledge and insight from industry experts on how to provide an effectively inclusive and equitable online or in-person classroom setting.
This week’s post offers a variety of live and on-demand professional development webinars from NISOD – Creating Inclusive Virtual Learning Environments for Deaf Students; Innovative Educators – 4 Ways Colleges Can Support Adult Learners for Success; and ACUE -Managing Your Online Presence. These free webinars offer effective tips and information to help with student success.
This week’s post offers NISOD’s upcoming live webinar , Addressing Time Management as an Emotional Management Tool in Student Success. This webinar introduces best practices for integrating guided emotional management tools into curriculum, classroom and program development to assist students with time management in the higher education setting. Also check out Innovative Educators on demand webinars on increasing and developing cultural skills and competencies
This week’s post offers the CTL workshop, College 101 Canvas Shell Training. This course will help COL 101 instructors integrate the Canvas shell into their course. Also NISOD will present a live webinar, Student Reports as Effective Formative Assessment, this webinar will help transform your exam data into a very effective student report. To register for the CTL workshop(s) look for the course codes given in the post and go to MVConnect.
This week’s post highlights upcoming workshop(s) and on-demand webinars. To register for the CTL workshop(s) look for the course codes given in the post and go to MVConnect. Also, November is National Native American Heritage Month. In recognition of this celebration, take a look at various on-demand DEI webinars and an article on Indigenous perspectives in Higher Education.
Supervisory Skills Series Program Overview The Supervisory Skills Series (S3) is designed to provide a variety of developmental opportunities, skills, and resources to all supervisors and aspiring supervisors at Moraine Valley Community College. The Supervisory Skills Series is offered in a hybrid format which means there will be meetings held in-person and meetings conducted virtually on Webex. The series is comprised of seven (7) meetings: four (4) face-to-face and three (3) on Webex. Also, there will be five (5) online topics and assignments to be completed in Canvas, the college’s learning management system. These sessions will be led by an […]