This institute will provide participants with 12+ hours of dedicated time with leads and experienced practitioners of the AAC&U High-Impact Practices you are most interested in integrating into your classes and other student learning experiences. Participants will be able to work one-on-one and in small groups with HIP initiative leaders to formulate, deepen, and strengthen learning experiences that seamlessly integrate multiple HIPs, enabling students to more quickly and easily achieve course, program, and institutional outcomes.
Participants will be expected to implement their HIPs-stacked project/assignment in one or more of their CGCC Fall 22 classes and to share their work with interested CGCC faculty in Spring 2023.
The institute will take place in person at CGCC.
May 18 - 19th
Participants will be compensated for up to 17 hrs at the summer faculty rate (~$31/hr): 12 hours for May 18th & 19th, and up to 5 additional hours of individual work and/or consultation with HIPs leads in June, July, or August (virtually or in person) before the Fall 22 semester starts.
Often scarce and unpredictable, the presence of water in the desert southwest is precious and life-affirming. In uncertain times, rains that punctuate or even end our droughts replenish and renew the landscape. They fill us with hope as we reimagine a more sustainable future. Learning communities may play a similar role in education. How might our responses to pandemic-era challenges help us to reimagine a future for learning communities that is innovative, inclusive, vibrant, and resilient?
CGCC is hosting this year's National Learning Communities Conference. The theme for this year’s NLCC Like Water in the Desert: Learning Communities Replenished, Renewed, Reimagined invites LC practitioners to share their innovations in sustaining and renewing learning communities during the pandemic. How have you reimagined your LCs as you respond to changing student needs? How are learning communities replenishing teaching and learning at your institution? How are you planning for a more resilient future even as you face the “droughts” caused by pandemic-era disruptions to education?
WHAT? The 2022 National Learning Communities Conference
WHEN? Nov. 17-19th 8:00 - 5:00 pm
WHERE? Gila River Hotels & Casinos at Wild Horse Pass
COST? Early Registration $399.00 Late Registration $499
Join and support your Chandler-Gilbert colleagues as they present on their data-driven research projects. Each talk highlights how utilizing data supports the success of CGCC and our students. In addition, you’ll learn how you can use data to inform your own work and 4DX goals.
WHEN? April 11-15th from 12:00pm-12:30pm
WHO? Several of your colleagues will be presenting on different days and topics. Check out the schedule below. Feel free to pop in for one, but we’d love to see you every day!
Monday, April 11th: Gregg Fields - "Using Data as a Conversation Starter"
Tuesday, April 12th: Belinda Ramos - “Dare to Use Data: It Helps Students Find Solutions”
Wednesday, April 13th: Kim Chuppa-Cornell and Mary Beth Burgoyne - “Student Success and Critical Research Instruction”
Thursday, April 14th: Donna Breault - “Modernizing Scheduling Quality Assurance”
Friday, April 15th: Crystal Theaker and Taylor FioRito - “Understanding Student Satisfaction with Ruffalo Noel-Levitz (RNL)” and “Got Data? If not, use getData”
WANT TO JOIN?
The link is the same, so add it to your calendar everyday next week! Use bit.ly/datadialogueweek or the following link and information to join:
Meeting number: 2484 064 2930
Join by video system
You can also dial 220.127.116.11 and enter your meeting number.
Join by phone
+1-602-666-0783 United States Toll (Phoenix)
Access code: 248 406 42930
Date: April 12, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm
The focus of this final webinar is:
High Impact Practices of Undergraduate Research Experiences
During the webinar speaker Professor James Hewlett from Fingerlakes Community College will share his story on how he built the large network on undergraduate research (CCURI) by starting in his one course, some of his successes working on funded projects, data on how undergraduate research has impacted the self efficacy, persistence and success of his students.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Division of Teaching and Learning Innovation is hosting it annual Innovative Teaching and Learning Conference virtually on Tuesday, March 29th, 2022 from 8:45am to 5:30pm (Eastern Standard Time). The conference is free and you can now register to attend. Registration for the conference closes on March 25th, 2022 at 5:00pm.
Please join Chandler-Gilbert Community College Staff and Faculty at the 3rd Annual Inclusive Teaching Symposium on Friday, February 25th.
Student behavior in a course can tell us whether they are going to succeed. Dropout Detective integrates with Canvas to analyze course data and provide a daily Risk Index dashboard filtering the most at-risk students to the top. Student Allies can drill into the individual student's profile to determine the risk reasons and develop a pro-active intervention plan aimed at student success and retention.
The Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) in collaboration with the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Engagement (DEIE) invites you to participate in a Cultural Humility and Equity Office Hours virtual dialog with Professor Rowdy Duncan, PC; Dr. Nicholas Del Sordi, PC; Professor Roland Walker, PC. centering on Implementing Indigeneity. Please join them, ask questions, discuss, listen, and learn.
EXPLORE THE LIVES OF DíNe (navajo) youth and the Cultural and assimilationist hardships they faced while attending the intermountain boarding school from 1950-1984
Do you read the literature on teaching in your field, attend conferences in your discipline, and consult colleagues for best practices? Are you a curious instructor who likes to explore new instructional models? If so, maybe it’s time to shift gears and use your inquisitive mind to produce scholarship about teaching and learning.
The events featured on this page are for MCCCD faculty brought to you by the faculty development committee, SLOAC, and the CTLA.