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.
Wednesday, February 2, 2022 — 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Learn to inject some playfulness into your pedagogy at Hunter University's upcoming Playful Pedagogy in Higher Education lectures!
The events featured on this page are for MCCCD faculty brought to you by the faculty development committee, SLOAC, and the CTLA.