The sessions listed below occur on Friday, May 29, 2015.


Previous day


Date
Time
Room
Instructor
Session Description
Materials

Friday
May 29
9:00-
11:00
CL154
Karlyln Young (x3802)
New Supervisor Orientation - Part IIHCC Express #9480Required for New SupervisorsThis session will provide you with an overview of important information you need to be aware of in your role as a supervisor. You will hear from the experts in the office of human resources on such things, as performance management, risk management, professional development, hiring and separation process, budget process as it relates to staffing,and various policies and procedures.This is the second part of a required two-part program.

The “new Supervisor Orientation” program is open to all current supervisors and those moving into a supervisory role. Due to the amount of information covered, the program is being offered as a two part series. Since this program will be repeated each quarter, you may register for one or both sessions. If attending both sessions, please be sure to register for both



Friday
May 29
10:00-
11:30
DH123
Amy Chase Martin
(x4848)
Top Ten Tech Tools for InstructionHCC Express #9950Skype, Prezi, Twitter, Audacity, Google Drive, Google Voice, Google Maps, Wordle, Jing, Sign Up Genius – what do these tools have in common? They are all used by folks at HCC to address different instructional challenges. Presenting, collaborating, sharing, recording and organizing are common approaches in most instructional interactions. Come take a peek at how you might make any of these tools work for you.
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C084AA9AC2AA5F94-test

http://prezi.com/tzewtlqwe45w

Friday
May 29
11:00-12:00
HS110
Catherine Mund
RSVP x4781
Are You FERPAred? Know Your Role in Protecting Student Record InformationHCC Express #0402
What is FERPA? Do you know your role when it comes to managing the privacy of student record information? This fun, interactive session will provide you the answers you need. Come learn the critical role that you play in complying with this federal law. Learn best practices for releasing student information in person, over the phone, online, to parents and other third parties, and more!


Friday
May 29
12:00-
1:30
N224
Brandon Yerrid
(x4274)
Classroom ResourcesHCC Express #9951Are you a pro when it comes to AV resources and HCC’s classroom technology? If not, this PD session will help you convince your students that you ARE! This workshop will leave you with many HCC best practices in the classroom, and information on available resources like iPads, mobile whiteboards, clickers and other support technology. Learn terminology like ‘source selection’ and ‘output activation’ in a friendly, intimidation-free environment, and best of all your students will think you’re a technology wizard! Check out images of ALL HCC classrooms here.


Friday
May 29
1:00-
2:00
CL153
Jay Gonzales (x4514)
Working with VeteransHCC Express #0401
Rarely is it an easy transition from the military to a full time student. The college’s environment and culture is so drastically different it can present a number of challenges for our veteran students. This session will take a look at a few characteristics of our military population, understand the advantages and challenges of working with veterans, and how staff can provide services to support veterans achieve academically.



Friday
May 29
2:00-
3:00
HS163
Ben Fan
(x3163)
Getting to Know your HSB ClassroomHCC Express #0666
HS Classrooms are equipped with flexible furniture, an advanced control system and many have multiple projection devices. Come learn how to make all of these work for you.



Friday
May 29
2:00-
4:00
N224
Dave Kaus
(x4621)
Using Tablets for InstructionHCC Express #9947
Learn how iPads and the Microsoft Surface are being used by faculty to enhance the teaching and learning experience! Contextually-based examples will be shared using the tablets, in order to give faculty a better understanding of how the tablets can be implemented by faculty and students in the classroom.

Padlet Link

Friday May 29
2:30-
3:30
CL153
Danielle Brown (x4899)
Notes from the CT Assessment Team: Planning Institutional Assessment of General EducationHCC Express #0753
Required for Critical Thinking Assessment Team
Faculty are invited to meet with the Critical Assessment Team during its final spring meeting. The team will discuss differences between course-level and college-level assessments of general education goals, the role of assessment teams, and some brief information about the fall 2015 institutional assessment of critical thinking.



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