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Equity and Access for Students with Disabilities
1. Review ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as it pertains to Higher Education 2. Responsibilities of Students from high school to college. ... Read more about this course.
Ethnographic Research Evaluating Perceptions of Composition
I am researching an ethnological study of current community college faculties and methods of evaluating learning as it relates to writing in cI was using ... Read more about this course.
Examining Equity, Equality, and Justice: Intentionality by Design
How do you translate a commitment to equity and inclusive excellence into campus practice? How can educators ensure that all students are fully prepared for ... Read more about this course.
Excel Advanced
In Excel Advanced we will teach attendees how to do more advanced commands like copying or moving worksheet tabs, accessing data in one tab from ... Read more about this course.
Excel Basics
In Excel Basics we will teach attendees how to access Excel, best practical uses for Excel, provide keyboard shortcuts, perform basic commands, and create simple ... Read more about this course.
Faculty and the Implementation of High Impact Practices at Southwest
Over the past two years, Southwest Tennessee Community College has been a leader in developing and implementing High Impact Practices on our campus. Many have ... Read more about this course.
Faculty Evaluation Pilot, end of the year closeout
This working session will allow faculty to enter and close the loop on their faculty evaluations for the pilot year in preparation for submission to ... Read more about this course.
Faculty Mentorship Training
As part of the Achieving the Dream Academic and Career Advising Committee, the faculty mentor role was developed as part of a tri-partite holistic advising ... Read more about this course.
Financial Literacy
Basic discussion on budgeting, assets vs liabilities, and investing. Read more about this course.
Financial Literacy: Budgeting and Money Management
This session will help guide and explain how a budget and good money management can help you and your family spend money wisely. Presented by ... Read more about this course.
Financial Literacy: Savings the right way
Orion wants to show you that it’s possible to save money with any budget and to provide invaluable knowledge and advise on managing the home ... Read more about this course.
FMLA
Learn more about the Family Medical Leave Act such as eligibility, necessary forms and your rights as covered by the law. Read more about this course.
General Education Review and Re-Visioning: Campus Conversations
This is a series of campus meetings to initiate the framework and conversations to start a review and re-visioning of General Education across the state. ... Read more about this course.
Get HIP to Teach!
In this interactive session, participants will examine a curricular model framed by the eight high impact practice (HIP) quality dimensions identified by Kuh and O’Donnell ... Read more about this course.
Happy 50th Apollo!
The lunar missions Apollos 8, 10,11, 12, and 13 will be remembered. How we traveled to the moon only to discover the earth; how the ... Read more about this course.
High Impact Community Resources-Nursing Program
Session will discuss the various Community Resources. The high impact these community resources have on our nursing program, school, and community. We will explore the ... Read more about this course.
High Impact Practices: What They Are and How to Get Started!
According to the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU), high-impact educational practices "have been widely tested and have been shown to be beneficial for ... Read more about this course.
Hiring the right way
This session provides a guide through the hiring process. Learn the A-Z steps for hiring and onboarding new faculty and staff. Read more about this course.
Honors Faculty Interest Meeting
This session will answer your questions about what it means to be Honors Faculty and teach and Honors-only course. We’ll review Bloom’s taxonomy, best practices, ... Read more about this course.
Honors Faculty Meeting
This is a mandatory meeting for all Honors Faculty, whether you taught a class in Fall ’18 or Spring ‘19 or not. We will be ... Read more about this course.
How to Manage a Flipped Classroom in a Lab Environment
We will discuss how we have flipped our classroom in our Math 1530 class this semester, how we have managed the classroom, and the impact ... Read more about this course.
How to Write Effective Job Descriptions
Join HR for a session on “How to Write Effective Job Descriptions”. Work alongside other managers and supervisors and learn how to find the perfect ... Read more about this course.
International Studies Round Table
This session is designed for faculty members who are interested in participating in Spring 2020 study abroad courses. Read more about this course.
Introducing Southwest Stories
Coming in April 2020, as part of Diversity Week and National Library Week, we will launch a new event at Southwest Tennessee Community College called ... Read more about this course.
Investment Leadership: Amplifying the Capabilities of the People Around You
A leader is classified as an investor when he or she systematically infuses others with the resources and ownership they need to deliver results independent ... Read more about this course.
It Feels Like We’re Out Catching Butterflies, and It Takes Me Forever Just to Get One’: Paving Pathways for Students with Dyslexia
This session is canceled. Among first-time freshmen, dyslexia is the most prevalent learning disability (Hadley, Morrison, and Hemphill). Students with this reading disability often struggle ... Read more about this course.
Learn How to Improve Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes "In the Classroom"
* Attendees will be given FREE semester access (for instructors and students) to the Award-winning Polling App - www.iClicker.com iClicker's www.iClicker.com innovative solutions make it ... Read more about this course.
Learning on the Go!
This workshop will provide professors the opportunities to build an engaging relationship among students while allowing them to apply what has been taught in the ... Read more about this course.
Linking the Learning to Life: Measuring Student Success
This workshop will present ways to evaluate students attainment of learning outcomes. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore various indirect and direct types of ... Read more about this course.
Linking the Learning to Life: What My Students Should Know
This workshop will discuss writing student learning outcomes that reflect program curriculum. Attendees will have the opportunity to review and revise student learning outcomes for ... Read more about this course.
Market Volatility – Learning Your Investor Type
Discussion of recent market volatility and discovery of investor preference; Discussion of long-term planning in spite of volatility Preferred length. Read more about this course.
Mastery & Motivation: Taking The Big Step in Computers and Technology:
Computers can be your best aid or biggest anxiety. Being comfortable using a computer will increase your productivity and ease the tension when things go ... Read more about this course.
Microaggression in the Classroom
Presenter will discuss microaggressions in the classroom as well as common occurrences found during investigations. Read more about this course.
Multimodal Projects for the Composition Classroom
Using technology and various applications to communicate can seem like a daunting task for instructors and students alike. It doesn’t have to be! By considering ... Read more about this course.
OER – The BRAVE NEW WORLD
Introduction to OER – “Welcome to Our World” The presenter will detail the history and movement towards Open Education Resources. The introduction will include an ... Read more about this course.
On-Boarding, the new and improved way to get you the access you need
STCC faculty, staff and students make extensive use of technology to better ensure each student's successful education while at STCC. To ensure technology accesses are ... Read more about this course.
Open Discussion for Faculty Evaluation Pilot Participants
This session is for faculty who participated in the pilot program for the updated Faculty Evaluation. Members will discuss how the system functioned and make ... Read more about this course.
Open Educational Resources - Value Added or Just a Trend?
This discussion will focus on OER use, educational impact, perception, and value. This is an interactive session which allows faculty to share experiences using OER, ... Read more about this course.
Our Moral Imperative to Lead for Equity and Inclusive Excellence
According to the American Association of Colleges and Universities, “at all levels of US education, there are entrenched practices that reinforce inequities— and that lead ... Read more about this course.
PAWs Tools Overview Training
Faculty training on PAWS Attendance and Gradebook tools. Read more about this course.
Pearson's Accessibility Event
At Pearson, our mission is simple: to help people make progress in their lives through learning. We will only be successful when our educational materials ... Read more about this course.
Peer Review Workshops in the Composition Classroom
Peer review workshops can be a refreshing and effective way to break up the monotony of the lecture-driven composition classroom and to motivate students to ... Read more about this course.
QEP Every Day: Building a Sense of Community in Your Class
This session will provide pedagogical approaches and instructional practices designed to build a sense of community in the classroom. Each participant will have an opportunity ... Read more about this course.
Recruitment – It’s everyone’s job
The notion of recruiting potential students has been long thought of to only be the job of admissions and recruitment staff. To reach the institutions ... Read more about this course.
Registrar – Faculty Need to Know
This session is designed to provide faculty/staff with helpful tips and information about registration, attendance reporting, FERPA, end of term processing and more! We welcome ... Read more about this course.
Safe Zone Training
This is a workshop that will allow faculty to become more aware of the needs of LGBTQA students and offer ideas to help faculty best ... Read more about this course.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Awareness
Why promoting the awareness of the satisfactory academic progress is important to the future of student success. Why what you do not know can affect ... Read more about this course.
Self-Advocacy Enrichment
Divine Intervention will provide best practices to teach self-advocacy skills to students. Read more about this course.
Session 4 - Teaching Part 1
In this session you will be uploading your Teaching Philosophy from homework 3, checking your SET summary form and comments from homework 3 as well ... Read more about this course.
Skills to pay the bills: Professionalism
Employers want workers to be responsible, ethical, and team oriented, and to possess strong communication, interpersonal, and problem solving skills. Wrap these skills up all ... Read more about this course.

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