Adjunct Certification Training
ZACT 101 - ACT Orientation
This module will introduce adjunct faculty to the program's requirements, registration procedures, and information about the reflective narrative journal.
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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||11 of 16|
|30027 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||02/11/17-02/11/17||TBA||Krieger K||12 of 16|
ZACT 130 - Legal Issues
This module provides adjunct faculty with a broad stroke understanding of a variety of legal issues that apply to their jobs. FERPA, ADA, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, sexual harassment, and student conduct in the classroom are some of the issues that will be covered.
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|30010 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||01/21/17-01/21/17||GEB 264||Kyle P||14 of 16|
ZACT 151 - Learner Centered Syllabus
This module will provide adjunct faculty with the opportunity to review the JCCC Educational Affairs committee?s most current syllabus guidelines. A number of workable approaches that focus on creating a learner-centered syllabus will be discussed. This session is a very practical opportunity to revise your syllabus. Attendees are encouraged to bring a copy of their current syllabus to this session.
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|30019 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||01/07/17-01/07/17||GEB 264||Schmidt I||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.
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|30008 002||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||10/11/16-10/11/16||GEB 264||Vasquez A||9 of 16|
ZACT 170 - Videotaping of Classroom Act
This module will require two separate video-recording experiences. The first part is a microteaching activity. After registering for one of the scheduled sessions, the adjunct faculty member will present a 5-7 minute lesson of their choice and receive feedback from their peers and the facilitator. The second part consists of video-recording one of the adjunct faculty member?s class sessions. After the session, the video recording will be reviewed one-on-one with the facilitator. Adjunct faculty will keep their own DVD's. NOTE: Each microteaching session is limited to seven participants.
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|30014 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||01/28/17-01/28/17||GEB 264||Young M||4 of 7|
ZACT 175 - Web 2.0 Instructional Methods
This session will focus on instructional techniques regarding how to incorporate the use of Web 2.0 tools and strategies that can increase student engagement, promote critical thinking, and active learning.
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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
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|30012 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||02/25/17-02/25/17||GEB 264||Kappen D||13 of 16|
ZACT 200 - Assessment and Curriculum
Is there something you want to understand better about your students? Do you want to find the connection between pedagogy and assessment? Would you like to develop a cycle of continuous inquiry into learning in your classroom? This session will explore the use of the Cycle of Assessment to help faculty increase student learning in the classroom.
|30017 001||M------||06:00-08:59 PM||09/12/16-09/12/16||GEB 264||Barrett S||8 of 16|
|30018 002||-----S-||09:00-11:59 AM||02/04/17-02/04/17||GEB 264||Barrett S||11 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|
|30021 002||-T-----||06:00-08:59 PM||01/31/17-01/31/17||GEB 264||Shopper M||13 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.
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|30023 002||--W----||06:00-07:59 PM||02/22/17-02/22/17||GEB 264||Grady T||14 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|
|30025 002||-T-----||06:00-07:59 PM||02/07/17-02/07/17||GEB 264||Grady T||16 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||13 of 16|
Center for Teaching & Learning
ZCTL 155 - Assessment World Cafe
Keep your assessment plans on track, start a new plan, work on data analysis, or work on your General Education assessment tool. All these are possible at the World Café.
|30002 001||----F--||12:00-01:59 PM||08/19/16-08/19/16||RC 101||Barrett S||88 of 190|
|30130 002||----F--||12:00-01:59 PM||01/13/17-01/13/17||TBA||Barrett S||175 of 175|
ZCTL 171 - Lieberman Dinner
The Lieberman Awards Dinner serves as an event intended to recognize the recipients and nominees of the Lieberman Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. In addition, the adjunct faculty members who have completed the Adjunct Certification Training program are also recognized. Nominees, award recipients, their department chairs and deans are invited to attend.
|30005 001||-T-----||05:30-07:29 PM||04/11/17-04/11/17||RC 101A||Grady T||59 of 60|
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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.
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|30053 002||M------||05:30-06:29 PM||11/07/16-11/07/16||GEB 264||Senter M||16 of 16|
ZCTL 205 - Prof Dev for Adjunct Faculty
The purpose of this event is to provide a professional development opportunity focusing on instructional practices, collaboration, and orientation to the resources available to adjunct faculty.
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ZCTL 227 - Assessment by Design
This workshop will lead participants through the Cycle of Assessment with a goal of developing an assessment plan for the upcoming academic year. Participants will gain working knowledge of each phase of the cycle as they consult with peers on the development of a meaningful questions and develop an assessment plan for the next academic year.
|30001 001||M------||09:00-02:59 PM||08/15/16-08/15/16||RC 270||Barrett S||7 of 23|
|30131 002||M------||09:00-02:59 PM||01/09/17-01/09/17||RC 270||Barrett S||25 of 25|
ZCTL 600 - Brain Book Discussion
Colleagues discuss and study books about the brain and how one learns. A different book is studied each semester.
|30126 001||-T-----||12:00-12:59 PM||09/06/16-10/25/16||GEB 264||Shopper M||5 of 18|
Educational Technology Center
ZETC 190 - iTeach Online D2L
The iTeach Online course will combine all the instructional modules found in the Getting Started, Building Course Content, Using Communication Tools, Using Assessment Tools, Managing Grades and Progress and Managing Your Course Site. This is not a self-paced course and is designed for individuals unable to attend the Face-to-Face sections. Faculty who do not teach online are welcome to enroll and learn about the many features available in Desire2Learn for all modes of delivery. Faculty who enroll in any of the face-to-face iTeach sections will also appear in this course. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
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ZETC 191 - Getting Started with D2L
In this first of six courses, participants will review some basic navigation components of the Desire2Learn learning management system. JCCC Quality Guidelines for online courses will also be reviewed. Some of these guidelines including Student Expectations, Introductions of the Instructor, Communication Guidelines, Response Time-frame, Grade Policy, Netiquette Policy, Copyright Statement, and Required Course Technologies. Participants will learn how to set-up their profiles and manage their notifications along with indentifying basic fundamentals of navigation inside the D2L LMS. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
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|30096 003||-T-----||01:00-02:59 PM||11/29/16-11/29/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||13 of 13|
ZETC 192 - Build Your Course in D2L
In this second of six courses, participants will review adding and organizing Modules and Topics using the Course Builder tool inside the Desire2Learn learning management system. Understanding how to use Release Conditions, HTML Editor and managing files will also be addressed. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
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|30097 003||---R---||01:00-02:59 PM||12/01/16-12/01/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||13 of 13|
ZETC 193 - iTeach Using Commun. Tools
In this third of six courses, participants will review the various Communication Tools including: News, Discussions, E-mail, Calendar, Blogs, Chat and the Checklist. Each tool will be explored in detail so users can decide upon the best approach for their course. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
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|30098 003||-T-----||01:00-02:59 PM||12/06/16-12/06/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||13 of 13|
ZETC 194 - Using Assessment Tools in D2L
In this fourth of six courses, participants will review adding Assessments tools in a course. This session will explore various tools including the Quizzes, Question Libraries, Surveys and Self Assessments. The Distance Learning Advisory Council (DLAC) and Instructional Deans Council (IDC) requires the completion of iTeach Online prior to teaching online at JCCC.
|30092 002||---R---||01:00-02:59 PM||09/22/16-09/22/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||11 of 13|
|30099 003||---R---||01:00-02:59 PM||12/08/16-12/08/16||LIB 373||Lovitt E||13 of 13|
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.
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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.
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ZORG 123 - Setting Stage 4 JCCC's Future
Session will be a discussion on the vision for Johnson County Community College and how that vision can be realized. The session will open with a short, introductory video followed by a discussion with the President.
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|30076 002||M------||02:00-02:44 PM||08/15/16-08/15/16||RC 101||Sopcich J||245 of 300|
|30077 003||--W----||09:00-09:44 AM||08/17/16-08/17/16||RC 101||Sopcich J||151 of 300|
ZORG 129 - Verbal Conflict Resolution
A description of this course is not available.
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|30066 002||--W----||03:00-04:59 PM||08/17/16-08/17/16||NMOCA 217||Pacer A||27 of 40|
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ZORG 250 - A.L.I.C.E. Violent Intruder REsponse Training
ALICE Violent Intruder Response Training.
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ZORG 300 - Van Driver Training
A description of this course is not available.
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ZORG 391 - Back Safety
A description of this course is not available.
|30063 001||-------||-||07/01/16-06/30/17||Online||Clayton T||185 of 200|
ZORG 392 - Preventing Slips, Trips & Fall
A description of this course is not available.
|30064 001||-------||-||07/01/16-06/30/17||Online||Clayton T||184 of 200|
ZORG 395 - Forklift Safety
A description of this course is not available.
|30062 001||-------||-||07/01/16-06/30/17||Online||Clayton T||181 of 200|
ZORG 405 - Hiring Committee Orientation
This is an on-line course delivered in DesireToLearn (D2L) 24/7. First, register through MyJCCC, MyView with the current CRN and Term. After registering, login to D2L with your JCCC network username and password. Hover over the Login button on the JCCC Homepage to access DesireToLearn. This mandatory training is a requirement for anyone (including non-JCCC employees) serving on a JCCC hiring committee. Policy 422.02: As a prerequisite to serving on a campus hiring committee, an employee will be required to have completed a hiring committee orientation at least once within 12 months prior to the hiring committee assignment.
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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.
|30038 001||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||07/26/16-07/26/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||5 of 18|
|30040 002||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||08/23/16-08/23/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||12 of 18|
|30042 003||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||09/20/16-09/20/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||5 of 18|
|30044 004||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||10/11/16-10/11/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||14 of 18|
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|30048 006||-T-----||08:30-11:59 AM||12/13/16-12/13/16||GEB 264||Krieger K||18 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.
|30039 001||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||07/27/16-07/27/16||RC 232||Krieger K||4 of 16|
|30041 002||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||08/24/16-08/24/16||RC 253||Krieger K||13 of 20|
|30043 003||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||09/21/16-09/21/16||RC 253||Krieger K||11 of 20|
|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|
|30049 006||--W----||08:30-11:59 AM||12/14/16-12/14/16||RC 255||Krieger K||21 of 21|
ZORN 120 - New Supervisor Orientation
All new supervisors are required to participate in supervisor orientation within 90 calendar days of hire or assuming supervisory responsibilities. As a JCCC new supervisor, this session will acquaint you with the policies, procedures and resources relating to supervising employees. Topics include performance management, FMLA, ADA, HIPAA, Worker's Compensation, EthicsPoint responsibility, interviewing & hiring practices, progressive counseling, probationary period, time off requests, attendance, and more. Professional development opportunities are also discussed.
|30061 001||---R---||01:00-04:59 PM||08/04/16-08/04/16||GEB 264||Eisenhower D||6 of 16|
KC Prof. Dev. Council
ZPDC 100 - Role & Function (SDP)
This session will discuss the primary functions and responsibilities of a supervisor. Opportunities will be given to discuss a variety of techniques to improve the quality of supervision provided and the relationship between the supervisor and employees.
|30078 001||---R---||12:30-04:29 PM||09/22/16-09/22/16||KCKCC||Faculty||2 of 10|
ZPDC 110 - Your Personal Style (SDP)
This program will identify and maximize strengths and potential limitations of work behavioral style. Each participant will identify their predominate style using the Personal Profile System (DiSC).
|30079 001||-T-----||12:30-04:29 PM||10/11/16-10/11/16||RC 101C||Faculty||1 of 10|
|-T-----||12:30-04:29 PM||10/11/16-10/11/16||RC 101D|
ZPDC 125 - Performance Management
This session is designed to help supervisors manage the performance of their teams from setting expectations, giving feedback and finally conducting a formal performance appraisal. The exceptional supervisor is the one who can communicate expectations about the quality, quantity, and timeliness of work to be produced in a clear and timely manner and then provide consistent and objective feedback to the employee about his/her success in meeting those expectations. The session is very interactive with a variety of small and large group activities. Participants will come to understand the impact of diversity on performance appraisals. After receiving this training, the participants will be able to:? Understand why it is appropriate and how to set performance expectations? Recognize and apply sound principles of giving (and receiving) feedback? Explain why performance appraisals are often viewed as a negative experience? Identify means to diminish the fear and anxiety that often accompany performance review? Identify strategies for handling not only positive appraisals (the easy ones) but those requiring corrective action as well (the difficult ones)? Apply the strategies for conducting performance appraisals to any appraisal instrument currently in use
|30084 001||--W----||12:30-04:29 PM||01/25/17-01/25/17||PARKU||Faculty||Full|
ZPDC 130 - Motivating Employees (SDP)
This session covers a variety of methods to motivate employees to more productive performance while maintaining positive attitudes toward tasks and other personnel.
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ZPDC 140 - Decision Making & Problem Solving
This session will identify the factors, variables, or components that when employed produce more effective decisions, better quality judgments and more efficient problem solving.
|30085 001||---R---||12:30-04:29 PM||02/16/17-02/16/17||BAKOP||Faculty||3 of 10|
ZPDC 155 - Talent Acquisition (SDP)
In any organization, people are your most important (and costly) resource. As a supervisor, knowing how to successfully attract and retain talent is vital to your success. This session is designed to explore each of the three key components of effective talent acquisition: recruitment, selection and onboarding.After receiving this training, the participants will be able to:1. Define the job accurately2. Find qualified candidates creatively3. Conduct the interview effectively4. Evaluate the candidates objectively5. Onboard the new employee successfully
|30086 001||---R---||12:30-04:29 PM||04/06/17-04/06/17||RC 101C||Faculty||3 of 10|
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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||1 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||3 of 10|
ZPDC 232 - Teaching with Technology
In this session we will review current data and literature that highlights best practices for incorporating technology as part of your instructional strategy. By the end of the session you will have mapped out a plan where your choice in technology supports your pedagogy. As part of the planning process we will review available tools and resources as well as collaborate with peers. You should leave this session with:1. An understanding of the impact technology has on learning2. A plan on how to compliment learning through best practice applications3. An activity supported by a Web 2.0 tool4. An approach where the pedagogy leads the technology. Special Note: Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops for the interactive activities.
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ZPDC 240 - Instructional Strategies
As a result of attending this workshop faculty attendees will be able to:?Apply and identify a variety of instructional strategies to promote active learning?Evaluate course learning outcomes and student learning styles to select optimal strategies?Assess opportunities for revising existing coursework?Explore how strategies are being applied in today?s classroom?Discuss the pedagogical theories underlying active learning
|30106 001||----F--||01:00-03:59 PM||09/16/16-09/16/16||BRCC||Faculty||4 of 7|
ZPDC 245 - Engaging Online Students
Research based instructional strategies that promote student engagement in online classes will be shared. Instructional design guidelines will be used to identify structure and organization that encourage student interaction with the content, with other students and with the instructor. In addition, sample activities and assignments that promote student engagement will be included in the presentation. Following basic instructional design guidelines you will identify components in online courses that promote student engagement. In addition, you will have hands-on time to work on a course to identify one component that can be incorporated into one of your courses to increase student engagement for your students. A sample course will be provided for those who do not currently have access to a course. After participating in this session you should be able to:?Identify at least one component that promotes student engagement in an online class.?Evaluate an online course for engagement opportunities.?Identify course design elements that promote student success.?Develop or refine one online activity to increase student interaction in a class.
|30109 001||--W----||01:00-03:59 PM||02/22/17-02/22/17||KCKCC||Faculty||6 of 7|
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 295 - Grants for Professional Dev
The world of grant-making and grant-writing can be very confusing. Often Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are vague and it is unclear what specific projects foundations might fund. This workshop will focus on how you can know more about a foundation, and how you can build a more robust picture of specific projects they have funded in the past. With this knowledge, we will look at how that information might impact a grant proposal. Specifically, we will cover some locations online where you can look for various grants and professional development funding. This session will be tailored for individuals who have little working knowledge of grants. The session will be interactive; we will critique a hypothetical grant proposal and we will split into groups to work on a grant proposal using different writing styles. NOTE: Participants should plan to bring a laptop, and bring some far-out idea about a project you would like to fund. As a result of this workshop, you should leave with new skills:?Knowledge of online sources to understand RFPs.?Insight into the grant process.?Ability to compare and contrast SMART and LOGIC models of grant-writing.?The beginnings of a potential new project.
|30120 001||----F--||01:00-03:59 PM||09/23/16-09/23/16||BAKOP||Faculty||8 of 10|
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 345 - Boundaries, Fatigue & Stress
If you use technology like Facebook, Twitter, and smartphones, join us for an informative ethics session. Learn effective strategies to boost mental health and resiliency in our rapidly changing world of cyber connection. In this session we will review how to stay ethically centered with students and colleagues and the working world when boundaries become increasingly tested via social networking, watching out for burnout when access to you by others is increasingly easier via technology. Course Objectives:?Participants will learn the latest statistics on mental health epidemics and their possible relationship to technology.??Participants will recognize the warning signs that technology is taking over and putting you at risk for an ethical or boundary issue.??Participants will be given tips for keeping boundaries strong in light of social networking within one's personal life and with others.
|30125 001||-T-----||01:00-03:59 PM||12/06/16-12/06/16||KCKCC||Faculty||10 of 10|
ZPDC 410 - Professional Development Conf.
This conference activity is an opportunity for staff to present and participate in a conference with other college administrative staff within the Kansas City metropolitan area. It is an opportunity to share ideas and programs that are successful within their college. The Annual PDC targets supervisory, technical and support employees in higher education. This full-day event features a keynote speaker and multiple concurrent break-out sessions which are designed to meet a broad range of participant interests and needs.
|30087 001||--W----||08:30-04:29 PM||05/24/17-05/24/17||PARKU||Faculty||12 of 16|
ZPDC 420 - Enhancing Teaching & Learning
The Enhancing Teaching & Learning conference is a KCPDC professional development activity that provides an opportunity for educators from member institutions to share their successes in the classroom.
|30110 001||-----S-||08:30-03:59 PM||03/04/17-03/04/17||CCC||Faculty||9 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||8 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.
|30070 001||-T-----||10:30-11:29 AM||08/02/16-08/02/16||RC 254||Krieger K||15 of 15|
|30132 002||--W----||01:30-02:29 PM||09/28/16-09/28/16||RC 255||Krieger K||10 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||15 of 20|
Staff Wellness Activities
ZWEL 100 - Weight Training & Conditioning
The instructor will take you through weight training and conditioning with variations on all three days.
|30071 001||M-W-F--||12:10-12:49 PM||08/22/16-09/02/16||GYM 022||Hall T||3 of 30|
|M-W-F--||12:10-12:49 PM||09/07/16-11/21/16||GYM 022|
|M-W-F--||12:10-12:49 PM||11/28/16-12/16/16||GYM 022|
ZWEL 107 - Wellness on a Shoestring
Participants will have the opportunity to attend this 8 week program and session topics will include: Wellness on a Shoestring Overview; Rest, Reflect, and Rejuvenate; Breathe Deeply; Move Your Body; Free Your Space; Go for the Greens; Eat from the Sea: Enjoy the Sun, Drink to Your Health; and a closing session.
|30103 001||--W----||12:00-12:59 PM||09/21/16-11/09/16||RC 175||Grady T||19 of 25|
ZWEL 130 - Yoga
The class is beginner to intermediate level yoga, and it progresses through the semester. Yoga is an integrative discipline that teaches strength, flexibility, endurance and harmony. Participants say yoga has added balance to their day and life. The relaxation techniques have rejuvenated them for the rest of the day. This activity adds strength and flexibility.
|30074 001||---R---||12:10-12:49 PM||08/25/16-11/17/16||GYM 007||Beattie-Nelson A||5 of 30|
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ZWEL 135 - Zumba
Zumba® Fitness exercise classes blend upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography for a total-body workout that is exhilarating and effective but feels more like a celebration! Come join the fun with licensed Zumba® Fitness instructor Luz Alvarez.
|30072 001||M-W----||05:10-05:49 PM||08/22/16-08/31/16||GYM 007||Alvarez L||1 of 30|
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ZWEL 150 - CPR & AED Training
CPR/AED Training session. CPR/AED training Debi Wright, instructor. This American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED course covers basic CPR and AED skills, including CPR for a child or adult, using an Automated External Defibrillator, using a mask or barrier device. The course completion card is good for two years. This is a 3 hour session. Registration is required. Walk-ins permitted based on attendance of those registered.
|30069 001||-T-----||09:00-11:59 AM||08/16/16-08/16/16||RC 144||Pacer A||1 of 16|
ZWEL 151 - Heart Saver First Aid
The Heartsaver First Aid course is designed to help you handle an emergency in the first few minutes before Emergency Medical Services arrives. The course will cover a variety of common medical, trauma and environmental emergencies such as heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, breathing difficulty, seizures, bleeding, burns, shock, fractures, heat/cold emergencies, EpiPen administration, and many other common emergencies. (Note: This course does not include CPR training.)Who should take this course: This course is ideal for any individual, group or business in a non-healthcare setting that has any interaction with either the public or other co-workers/employees.
|30055 001||M------||09:00-11:59 AM||08/15/16-08/15/16||RC 157||Pacer A||1 of 20|