New Faculty COACH Group: Open Q&A (Monday, January 22nd from 12:30 to 1:30 pm)
Are you new to the college? Please come to this open forum conversation for new faculty – we invite your questions about college processes, classroom issues and anything connected to student success. Even if we don't have the answers, we probably know someone who does. Join us to find out what you didn't know you didn't know.
College Success Courses: Education Plan Mapping (Tuesday, January 23rd, from 1:30 to 2:30pm)
Encouraging students to map their college pathway is a vital component to success. This even will provide faculty an opportunity to discuss a few options for assignment sequencing, making sure that all the steps are covered. Please note: this event is designed for those who have already taught or are currently teaching GUID 102, BT 152, HED 103 and other College Success Courses at SCC.
Tenure-Track Faculty COACH Group (Wednesday, January 24th, from 2:30 to 3:30 pm)
If you are tenure-track, you are invited to join other tenure-track faculty in this informal gathering. It is a chance to learn, ask questions, and connect to others going through the same process. Our first meeting will focus on effectively communicating with tenure committees and avoiding over-commitment while in the tenure process, as well as a chance to brainstorm future topics with the group.
Teaching Squares COACH Group (open to all): (Thursday, Jan 25th, from 1:45 to 2:30pm)
This is your last chance to join this group, to observe and learn from the best resource we have – each other! These groups arrange for non-evaluative observations to spark conversation and discussion about teaching and learning. Facilitator: Tim Roe.
Building Student Resources into a Course, COACH Group: Student Support (open to all): (Wednesday, January 31st, from 2:00 to 3:00pm)
Learn about ways to build student resources into our courses and leave with some concrete retention tools to use in class. Join with other dedicated faculty to problem solve and share resources for common student barriers. This conversation, led by SCC faculty Linea Jantz, will focus on developing syllabi statements and communication strategies, as well as an emphasis on personal responsibility.