Center for Teaching and Learning

Workshops

Invest in yourself! This is your time for Professional Development! Open to ALL Employees - Adjunct Faculty, Residential Faculty, and Staff.

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Adjunct Faculty - CAFE Credits are designated with and are eligible for stipends. Please note: 9 credits max allotted.

Date(s) Time(s) Location Spaces
Teach Online with Canvas Thu, Aug 1, 2013 to Sat, Dec 31, 2022 (All day) Online Unlimited Register here

Four online modules will be provided to enable faculty (residential and adjunct) to learn the basics of the new LMS. EMCC faculty, adept in technology, will be able to use this self-paced workshop proficient with Canvas system.

Facilitator(s): Online
Closed-captioning for Videos Wed, Feb 20, 2019 10:00AM to 11:00AM MON-CTL 157B Unlimited Register here

An onsite tutorial that walks you through the use of the closed-caption tools available in YouTube and Amara.org. This training will provide the necessary steps to make your online videos ADA compliant. There will also be an open lab to allow attendees to ask questions or troubleshoot issues with the available closed-captioning methods.

Facilitator(s): Dan Reichstein
Using Canvas Effectively in the Classroom Wed, Feb 20, 2019 1:00PM to 2:00PM MON-CTL 157B Unlimited Register here

Learn about some of the great features in Canvas that can enhance the teaching & learning experience. Some of the features include UDOIT, Canvas Commons, Respondus, and more!

Facilitator(s): Najmah Muhammad
Managing Your Time Wed, Feb 20, 2019 2:00PM to 3:00PM MON-CTL 157B Unlimited Register here

Maximize your effort and get more work done in less time.

Facilitator(s): Linda Rubino
Applying for MCLI's Horizon Grant Wed, Feb 20, 2019 3:00PM to 4:00PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

Please join representatives from MCLI on how to successfully apply for MCLI's Horizon grant. The Horizon Grants respond to emerging trends and challenges to enhance sustainable teaching and learning practices within MCCCD. The goal of the grant is to inspire creative thinking and the implementation of innovative practices that encourage student success.

Facilitator(s): Rob Morales
Ally & Safe Space Training Thu, Feb 21, 2019 2:00PM to 3:00PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

Learn how to be a better ally to LGBTQ+ students (and non-students) and to make your classroom/office a safe space. All employees

Facilitator(s): Roxan Arnston
Financial Literacy - Build My Foundation Fri, Feb 22, 2019 11:00AM to 12:15PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

This is a Maricopa County Colleges Sponsored Program that will provide a foundation of education about the retirement resources that are available to employees. This will be beneficial for classified, adjunct, and full and part time staff including spouses or partners. Employees will learn more about their retirement benefits, not limited to, but including their ASRS Pension, and Social Security. We will cover one of the 4-P’s of investing, Preparation, Planning, Patience, and Prudence over a 4 week period. These meetings have been designed to help you better understand benefits and resources, by providing a foundation of knowledge to make them better consumers.

Objective: To provide all employees with a level of education and opportunity to learn more about their MCCCD Benefits/Resources, and how they can use them to plan for their retirement. These meetings will provide employees with a foundation of knowledge about pensions, markets and their retirement.

Facilitator(s): Anthony Blackford
Financial Literacy - Build My Foundation Fri, Feb 22, 2019 12:30PM to 1:45PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

This is a Maricopa County Colleges Sponsored Program that will provide a foundation of education about the retirement resources that are available to employees. This will be beneficial for classified, adjunct, and full and part time staff including spouses or partners. Employees will learn more about their retirement benefits, not limited to, but including their ASRS Pension, and Social Security. We will cover one of the 4-P’s of investing, Preparation, Planning, Patience, and Prudence over a 4 week period. These meetings have been designed to help you better understand benefits and resources, by providing a foundation of knowledge to make them better consumers.

Objective: To provide all employees with a level of education and opportunity to learn more about their MCCCD Benefits/Resources, and how they can use them to plan for their retirement. These meetings will provide employees with a foundation of knowledge about pensions, markets and their retirement.

Facilitator(s): Anthony Blackford
Saturday Morning Workshop: Assessment in Action Sat, Feb 23, 2019 8:00AM to 11:30AM MON 284 Unlimited Register here

Understand the difference between assessment and evaluation, the importance of assessment in education, and what assessment means at EMCC.

Facilitator(s): Becky Baronowski, Terri Graham
Dealing Positively with Change in the Workplace Mon, Feb 25, 2019 10:00AM to 11:00AM MON-CTL 157B Unlimited Register here

In this workshop you can learn how to face change in a more constructive and positive way.

Facilitator(s): Linda Rubino
Class Room Conversation: Strategies For Sleep Mon, Feb 25, 2019 1:00PM to 2:00PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here
Facilitator(s): Erica Wager, Jason Martinez, Lyle Bartelt
The 411 on Transcripts for Staff Tue, Feb 26, 2019 3:00PM to 4:00PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

Learn the ins and outs of how transcripts impact students from admission to graduation.

Facilitator(s): Admissions & Registration (Gina George, Henry Izaquirre, William Chandler)
CTL Video Tools: Camtasia Wed, Feb 27, 2019 3:00PM to 4:00PM MON-CTL 157B Unlimited Register here

Camtasia offers more than just screen capture recording videos. This session will explore the functions of the program including recording webcam and your computer screen in the same video, editing within the program, and how to add animated call-outs for an engaging final presentation.

Facilitator(s): Dan Reichstein
Financial Literacy - Build My Foundation Fri, Mar 1, 2019 11:00AM to 12:30PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

This is a Maricopa County Colleges Sponsored Program that will provide a foundation of education about the retirement resources that are available to employees. This will be beneficial for classified, adjunct, and full and part time staff including spouses or partners. Employees will learn more about their retirement benefits, not limited to, but including their ASRS Pension, and Social Security. We will cover one of the 4-P’s of investing, Preparation, Planning, Patience, and Prudence over a 4 week period. These meetings have been designed to help you better understand benefits and resources, by providing a foundation of knowledge to make them better consumers.

Objective: To provide all employees with a level of education and opportunity to learn more about their MCCCD Benefits/Resources, and how they can use them to plan for their retirement. These meetings will provide employees with a foundation of knowledge about pensions, markets and their retirement.

Facilitator(s): Anthony Blackford
Financial Literacy - Build My Foundation Fri, Mar 1, 2019 12:30PM to 1:45PM MON-CTL N Unlimited Register here

This is a Maricopa County Colleges Sponsored Program that will provide a foundation of education about the retirement resources that are available to employees. This will be beneficial for classified, adjunct, and full and part time staff including spouses or partners. Employees will learn more about their retirement benefits, not limited to, but including their ASRS Pension, and Social Security. We will cover one of the 4-P’s of investing, Preparation, Planning, Patience, and Prudence over a 4 week period. These meetings have been designed to help you better understand benefits and resources, by providing a foundation of knowledge to make them better consumers.

Objective: To provide all employees with a level of education and opportunity to learn more about their MCCCD Benefits/Resources, and how they can use them to plan for their retirement. These meetings will provide employees with a foundation of knowledge about pensions, markets and their retirement.

Facilitator(s): Anthony Blackford