PCC Dual Credit & PACTEC CTE Symposium

Willow Creek Center, Room 301 | Email: dualcredit@pcc.edu | Phone: 971-722-7737 | Fax: 971-722-7805

Program

Don’t miss this great opportunity to jump start your year!

7:30 - 8:30 am:
Check-in & Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10:30 am:
Keynote Speaker: Mark Perna of “Tools for Schools”
10:45 - 12 noon:
PCC Dual Credit: Program Updates for 2014-15
10:45 - 12 noon:
PACTEC CTE Faculty Only: Program Updates for 2014-15
12:15 - 1:15 pm:
Working Lunch with Subject Area Partners
1:30 - 2:15 pm:
Breakout Session 1
2:30 - 3:15 pm:
Breakout Session 2
3:15 - 3:30 pm:
Collect 2014-15 PCC Dual Credit Materials

2014 Symposium

When:
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
8:30am - 3:30pm
Where:
PCC Sylvania Campus
Performing Arts Center
12000 SW 49th Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97219
Event Coordinator Contact:
971-722-7737
Please RSVP to dualcredit@pcc.edu.

The event is an important part of participating in Dual Credit, or teaching CTE classes. Everyone should make their best effort to attend! You can’t make up the great stuff that will happen here! It is FREE of charge. Morning refreshments, lunch and stipend for attendees are included.

Keynote Speaker: Mark Perna

Mark Perna

We are extremely fortunate to have nationally renowned speaker Mark Perna come to share his strategies and message to increase your enrollment and engagement with our millennial learners. Mark will help you develop ways to increase enrollment, retention and relevance.

Mark Perna, Founder and Author of Tools for Schools, has worked with schools, districts and statewide organizations of all sizes nationwide to help them experience significant gains in enrollment, retention, and community awareness.

Mark has over 24 years of experience in marketing for Fortune 500 companies and has devotes the last twelve years to the field of education. He is a proud member of ACTE (Association of Career & Technical Education) and is also a part of the Future Horizons Committee, which is responsible for identifying emerging trends in workforce development. Come find out what he can do to help you!

Breakout Session 1

Sessions are tentative.

  • High School Faculty Orientation for those new to Dual Credit (required for new teachers at either session)
  • PCC Faculty Orientation & Course Assessment Procedure Overview for Dual Credit Courses
  • High School Principal & Counselor Information about Dual Credit
  • Syllabi Work Session for English, Reading & Writing Faculty
  • Syllabi Work Session for Early Childhood & Family Studies Faculty
  • The Jon, Joe & Wade Show - “Superflip, using a Flipped Classroom Model”
  • PCC Library Services - What Can PCC’s Library Do for You and Your Dual Credit Students?
  • Career Pathways - Helping Your Students Navigate Career Choices

Breakout Session 2

Sessions are tentative.

  • High School Faculty Orientation for those new to Dual Credit (required for new teachers at either session)
  • PCC Faculty Orientation & Course Assessment Procedure Overview for Dual Credit Courses
  • “Flipping at Sunset, Using a Flipped Classroom Model in Computer Science Classes”
  • Student Leadership Organizations - How to Start One, How They Increase Student Learning
  • College Access 101 - Helping Your Students Be “Really” Prepared for College
  • Documenting History - Liberty High School’s Documentary Project Based Learning Model
  • PCC Library Services - What Can PCC’s Library Do for You and Your Dual Credit Students?