Looking to up your teaching game next year? Maybe learn some of those things your friends who went to education school learned? Or just looking to collaborate with your colleagues to refresh your strategies and knowledge around teaching? Then the CIE Teaching Fellows program is for you! We will begin our second year of this… Continue Reading CIE Teaching Fellows Wants You!
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You’ve perhaps heard of NISOD (the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) but do you wonder just what they do? They describe themselves as an organization that “provides budget-friendly, high-quality, and faculty-focused programs and resources for community and technical colleges that want to make the most of their professional development dollars.” We belong to… Continue Reading Get Access to Great Teaching Articles through NISOD
The last five weeks have been a great time to grow our understanding of how to be more inclusive, anti-racist, and informed about bias in ourselves and our country. We have had several good professional development sessions in the last month along with the United Way’s Equity Challenge that is finishing up today. Check your… Continue Reading Do You Want to Learn More? Check Out these DEI Resources
Starting in May, CIE will have a new director–Communications instructor Janet Lively! Janet has been at NMC for sixteen years as both an adjunct and full time faculty member. Before that, she worked as a newspaper reporter for fourteen years, a freelance journalist and a high school English teacher. She teaches English 111 and 112… Continue Reading Meet the Next CIE Director
As part of the Embracing the Dream initiative and in keeping with the college’s new DEI strategic direction, CIE is bringing in the Justice Leaders Collaborative, a Michigan-based DEI educational group, for the January Conference. The Justice Leaders Collaborative (JLC) will provide a workshop focusing on issues relevant to our work with student success, inclusion… Continue Reading January Professional Development: A Social Justice Primer