The CTLA is offering Base Camp: Essentials for Instruction in Multiple Modalities, the 4-day 16-hour workshop designed to prepare you to teach at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. If you have not completed Base Camp, we invite you to attend!
Monday, 8/08/22 - Thursday, 8/11/22
Live Online Sessions: at 4 PM and 7:30 PM
Register for Base Camp
The link will take you to the Employee Learn Center (ELC) where you may have to sign in. Find the "Enroll" button at the top right of the page. You will receive a confirmation email at your CGCC email upon sign up.
16-hours of compensation is available for first-time participants after successful completion of the online and live portions of the workshop.
As part of its continuing efforts to support high quality teaching in multiple modalities the CTLA is providing two sessions of Hybrid Summit this August before the week of accountability. If you are teaching hybrid courses for Fall 2022 don't miss out on this opportunity! Seats are limited.
The Summit will include best practices in teaching hybrid courses for maximum effectiveness including:
The format of the workshop models one way to run a hybrid course.
Faculty will receive 9-hours of compensation for successful completion of the online and in-person portions of the course.
To register, choose from one of the two in-person sessions:
Tuesday, 8/02/22, 6 PM - 9 PM
Wednesday, 8/03/22, 9 AM - 12PM
Clicking the link will take you to the Employee Learn Center where you may have to login. Once the enrollment page loads, find the "Enroll" button at the top right. You will receive a confirmation email from the Employee Learn Center. Then, Jen and Mary will reach out to you before the session to provide further details.
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
The events featured on this page are for MCCCD faculty brought to you by the faculty development committee, SLOAC, and the CTLA.