TLC Event Calendar

As always, everyone is welcome at all TLC events, and no pre-registration is necessary. Additionally, all adjunct faculty who participate are eligible for stipends, up to six paid events per quarter. Get in touch with me if you would like to join any event through web conference or if you would like a recording of an event that you can't attend. 

Unless otherwise noted, events take place in the TLC seminar room, building 1, room 1219.


This Week:


I-BEST Informational Meeting (Tuesday, June 5th from 1:30 to 2:30 pm): Are you scheduled to teach an I-BEST class or are you interested in learning more about I-BEST?  Come learn what I-BEST is, how it is helping students, what team teaching may look like in the classroom, and ask questions of existing I-BEST faculty members.  A Canvas class has been developed to share with other faculty members that includes all of the nuts and bolts of I-BEST.   This TLC event will navigate you through the Canvas class and provide information to decide if I-BEST may be a good fit for you.

COACH Online & Hybrid Courses (Tuesday, June 5th from 1:30 to 2:30 pm in room 1-1221 – all are welcome): Teaching online or hybrid courses requires additional teaching skills and tech savvy. This group provides an opportunity to share practical solutions and explore best practices. All participants receive a copy of Teaching Online: A Practical Guide. Facilitator: Jason Eggerman. 

Bridges Out of Poverty (Friday, June 8th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – registration now closed): Many SCC students are affected by poverty, and this training is designed to share mental models of poverty, middle class and wealth, through viewing the three classes from an individual, institutional and communal lens. Join the Bridges Out of Poverty training where participants attempt to understand and reduce the effects of poverty in our communities and in our classrooms. The training team includes experienced SCC and DSHS employees who have had success using Bridges with their students/clients: Val Finkbeiner and Anthony Singleton (WorkForce Program Coordinators, SCC), Sarah Wharton (WorkFirst Program Specialist, DSHS), and Robyn Edwards (WorkFirst Supervisor, DSHS). Adjunct faculty who complete either the all-day Friday training or both the half-day trainings are eligible for a $175 stipend.


For more information, contact me, Angela Rasmussen at 533-8011 or