If you find a conference or workshop or other professional development opportunity that you would like to attend, there is an easy process for you to follow. Here it is step by step: Review Travel Procedures to get an overview of college policies related to travel including what kinds of expenses will be covered. Complete… Continue Reading Travel Procedures for Faculty
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From February 26 to March 3, some new “students” will be sitting in NMC classrooms. These students will actually be faculty participating in Open Classroom Week. This is a CIE-sponsored initiative to promote contemplation and conversation about teaching and learning around campus. Faculty will volunteer to open their classrooms at specific times during this week;… Continue Reading Open Classroom Week for Faculty
Last semester, one of my students came to me for help with another class. She felt that the tests included material that was never covered in class. And even the stuff that was covered in class she felt she often struggled to understand fully. When I asked her how she was using her textbook, she… Continue Reading Help Your Students Read Their Textbooks
This year’s Winter Conference focused on the non-cognitive issues that our students face. The NMC Reads book, Paying the Price, gave us the research to support what we have been seeing–our students face many challenges as they make their way through college. Mickie Jannazzo of Third Level spoke of those challenges in the larger region.… Continue Reading 2018 Winter Conference Information and Links
It’s cold, it’s dark, it’s the end of the semester, and you’re buried in grading. What to do? How about coming to the The Long Night of Grading brought to you by CIE, the Osterlin Library and Educational Media Technologies? On Tuesday, Dec. 12, just when you are most buried by tests and papers and projects, the… Continue Reading Long Night of Grading is Back!