Adjunct Certification Training
ZACT 112 - Survival Skills for ACT Prog.
This ACT session acquaints adjuncts with technology available to use in the classroom at JCCC, learning management systems in use at the college, technology tools for the classroom, mandatory training modules (including harassment and ADA), getting help for technical problems, resources available through the library, as well as campus safety & security systems.
|30026 001||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||10/04/16-10/04/16||RC 255||Krieger K||12 of 16|
ZACT 160 - Strategies To Reach Students
In this module, participants will experience learning via the brain's natural cycle while gaining specific strategies and behaviors that promote student participation and engagement. The objectives of this module include understanding the three factors required to build successful connections with students, creating a connected classroom climate, and gaining familiarity with activities that engage students which, in turn, enhances learning. This session involves small group work and discussion.
|30008 002||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||10/11/16-10/11/16||GEB 264||Vasquez A||10 of 16|
ZACT 180 - Classroom Diversity Issues
This module provides adjunct faculty with an opportunity to discuss diversity from a variety of viewpoints, including the manner in which diversity presents opportunities and challenges in society and the classroom. In addition, hate crimes will be discussed within the institutional context.
Credit Hours: 3
|30011 001||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||10/18/16-10/18/16||GEB 264||Kappen D||8 of 16|
ZACT 221 - Active Learning
This interactive, hands-on module will focus on integrating multiple learning tools into the college classroom. Basic brain research will provide the background for developing lessons that engage students and make the most of a learning situation. Join us for this fun-filled session modeling easy-to-use strategies supported by cognitive research.
|30020 001||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||09/27/16-09/27/16||GEB 264||Shopper M||12 of 16|
ZACT 222 - Strengths-Based Classroom
Building upon the current literature and research available through StrengthsQuest and Gallup, this module will introduce faculty members to the idea of incorporating and implementing strengths-based pedagological techniques in their classroom. Specifically, the objective of this module is to demonstrate techniques instructors can utilize to help students recognize their own unique strengths in order to help guide students toward reaching their full potential.
|30022 001||--W----||06:00-07:59 PM||11/09/16-11/09/16||GEB 264||Grady T||13 of 16|
ZACT 223 - Flipping the Classroom
Flipping the classroom occurs when the traditional instructional process occurs in an online learning environment. Face-to-face class time is then devoted to active learning or problem-based learning opportunities that are associated with viewing/hearing class lectures outside of class prior to attending class. In this module, we will discuss course design and techniques associated with this teaching strategy.
|30024 001||--W----||06:00-07:59 PM||11/02/16-11/02/16||GEB 264||Grady T||11 of 16|
ZACT 240 - Portfolio Prep
This module reviews how to build a teaching portfolio, which is used to apply for teaching awards at JCCC.
|30029 001||M------||06:00-07:59 PM||10/24/16-10/24/16||GEB 264||Senter M||14 of 16|
Center for Teaching & Learning
ZCTL 203 - Lieberman Portfolio Orient.
This session is designed to provide information to adjunct faculty who will be completing a portfolio as part of the Lieberman Award process.
|30052 001||M------||12:00-12:59 PM||11/07/16-11/07/16||GEB 264||Senter M||16 of 16|
|30053 002||M------||05:30-06:29 PM||11/07/16-11/07/16||GEB 264||Senter M||16 of 16|
Educational Technology Center
ZETC 195 - Using the D2L Gradebook
In this fifth of six courses, participants will review using the Desire2Learn Grade Book and generating Reports. Individuals will learn how to setup a grade book using the Wizard as well as adding manual and content-based entries into the system. Additional time will be sent on granting special access for course tools and how to use Intelligent Agents for report generation and student notification. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
|30093 002||-T-----||01:00-02:59 PM||09/27/16-09/27/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||11 of 13|
ZETC 196 - Managing Your Course in D2L
In this sixth and final core course, participants will place the final touches on their course. We will review all the Course Editor functions for instructors located in D2L along with providing instructions on Course Import processes and how to manage Dates for your course. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
|30094 002||---R---||01:00-02:59 PM||09/29/16-09/29/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||11 of 13|
ZORN 100 - New Staff Orientation Part 1 of 2
Each month a general two part orientation is held for all employees new to the college. The session contains information about the culture and history of the college, an overview of the student body and the mission and goals of JCCC. Employee subject matter experts present on the topics of sustainability, risk management and wellness. Employees should wear suitable shoes for the one hour campus walking tour.
|30044 004||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||10/11/16-10/11/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||14 of 18|
|30046 005||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||11/08/16-11/08/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||17 of 18|
ZORN 110 - New Staff Orientation Part 2 of 2
This session of orientation acquaints new employees with campus safety & security systems, emergency preparedness, technology training system and campus resources.
|30045 004||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||10/12/16-10/12/16||RC 255||Krieger K||16 of 21|
|30047 005||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||11/09/16-11/09/16||RC 255||Krieger K||19 of 21|
KC Prof. Dev. Council
ZPDC 160 - Legal Aspects of Suprv (SDP)
This training will focus on selected legal issues supervisors may encounter in the workplace. Among the topics presented are sources of law governing the workplace, discrimination, sexual harassment, ethical considerations, sources of liability, defenses and remedies.
|30080 001||-T-----||12:30-04:29 PM||11/15/16-11/15/16||PVCC||Faculty||2 of 10|
ZPDC 177 - Keep Your Audience Engaged
Which is more important: What you say or how you say it? We?ve all heard terrible presentations ? as well as speeches that changed our lives. As a higher education professional, the ability to present yourself and your ideas effectively can be your most valuable asset or your worst liability. Regardless of your current skill level, this session will help you learn how to prepare, practice, and deliver powerful presentations that positively impact your organization and ultimately your career. As a result of attending this workshop attendees will be able to:?Identify the elements of an effective presentation.?Create a process for preparing and practicing nearly any kind of presentation.?Apply 3?5 techniques that will improve each individual?s ability to deliver presentations in a more engaging way.
|30121 001||-T-----||01:00-03:59 PM||09/27/16-09/27/16||CCC||Faculty||5 of 10|
ZPDC 265 - Effective Grading Strategies
This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to explore effective and efficient strategies for grading student work. We will discuss the purposes of grading as well as ways to ensure that grades measure what students know. Various approaches to formative and summative assessment will be introduced. Participants are invited to bring their own devices to engage in practice with applications designed to evaluate students? understanding and knowledge of content. Additionally, we will investigate how faculty members can ensure student grades are accurate, consistent, meaningful, and supportive of student learning. As a result of attending this workshop faculty attendees will be able to:?Learn about various approaches to formative and summative assessment and tools to support their application?Discuss the purposes of grading and ways to ensure that grades measure what students know?Share strategies from participants? own experiences?Identify professional growth goals for implementing the effective and efficient strategies into one?s own practice
|30107 001||--W----||01:00-03:59 PM||11/16/16-11/16/16||PARKU||Faculty||5 of 7|
ZPDC 305 - CTE Career Pathways
This session will provide resources and ideas for Career Technical Education (CTE) program career pathways and discuss how industry certification can inform administrators and faculty of how well their programs prepare students for a career they are training for. The session is intended to also assist front line staff/advisors of the particular issues and details that will help them to appropriately articulate to students the differences between various industry sectors and career clusters that are frequently miscommunicated. Multiple entry points will be discussed on a sample technical program. After completing this course you will:?Have the resources to connect CTE programs with industry certifications.?Have the resources to better understand details of career pathways.?Recognize distinguishing attributes of career pathways within a career cluster.
|30123 001||----F--||01:00-03:59 PM||10/28/16-10/28/16||MCCBT||Faculty||10 of 10|
ZPDC 515 - Finding Work You Love
Whether you?re just starting out and want to find the right work, are well into your career and need a change, enjoy your work but wonder what is next, or are looking to get back into the workforce, this session can provide the guidance you need.During this session, you will:?Explore two strategies for loving what you do.?Learn how to discover what work is right for you.?Find out why it matters.
|30124 001||-T-----||01:00-03:59 PM||11/08/16-11/08/16||USMOP||Faculty||9 of 10|
ZPDC 600 - Introduction to Strengths
Do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day? Chances are you don?t. All too often, our natural talents go untapped. From the cradle to the cubicle, we devote more time to fixing our shortcomings than to developing our strengths.This session is open to participants NEW to Strengths ? those who have NOT YET taken the Strengths assessment. This interactive course will provide participants with clear knowledge and understanding of the strengths philosophy, concepts and mission. Using the Clifton StrengthsFinder (CSF), each participant will gain in-depth knowledge about his or her personal strengths. Each participant will also have opportunity to interact with others as they discover more about each of the 34 strengths themes identified by the CSF. Guaranteed to change the way you look at yourself ? and the world around you ? forever. Shortly after registering, participants will receive a code which will provide access to the Strengths assessment. Participants should take the assessment prior to the session, print their report and bring it to the session. Registration is required by Monday, October 3, 2016. Upon completion of this session, participants will:?Obtain knowledge about strengths philosophy.?Interact with others and to discover strengths that maybe different than their own.?Demonstrate an understanding of how to begin utilizing their strengths.
|30122 001||-T-----||01:00-03:59 PM||10/25/16-10/25/16||RC 270||Faculty||9 of 10|
ZPDC 702 - Assessing Program and Course Learning Outcomes
As a result of attending this workshop, faculty attendees will be able to:1. Create assessment tools in relation to learning outcomes2. Identify and apply a wide variety of assessment strategies3. Create assessment tools that address higher level thinking skills4. Integrate test analysis and correction as part of the student learning process5. Create and use rubrics to guide assessment6. Use formative and summative assessments as well as alternatives
|30057 001||---R---||01:00-03:59 PM||10/20/16-10/20/16||CC 211||Barrett S||10 of 10|
ZTTG 101 - Windows 10 Preview & Overview
A description of this course is not available.
|30133 001||--W----||10:30-11:29 AM||09/28/16-09/28/16||RC 255||Krieger K||9 of 20|
ZTTG 120 - Banner Fundamentals
This hands-on class is essential for all new Banner users. We'll begin by examining how Banner is integrated into JCCC's various systems. We'll then examine the pieces and parts of a Banner window and form. The session then moves into navigating within a form and between forms. This course is a prerequisite for understanding the navigation features found in the Banner Finance and Student modules.
|30132 002||--W----||01:30-02:29 PM||09/28/16-09/28/16||RC 255||Krieger K||12 of 15|
ZTTG 312 - Using Office 365
Office 365 Overview
|30134 001||--W----||09:30-10:29 AM||09/28/16-09/28/16||RC 255||Krieger K||14 of 20|