TLC Trainings

Upcoming Trainings

Webinars through the TLC

Wednesday, October 22 - How Faculty Can Manage Difficult Conversations with Students

10-11:30 (Innovative Educators)

In today’s world of blurred lines of communication, students often approach faculty with difficult conversations that go beyond the content area of study. This is a challenging situation for both faculty and student. Conversations can fall into a wide range of topics and they often cause stress and unforeseen challenges for faculty struggling with balance and finding the appropriate response. A student may be having a mental health crisis, panic around grades, angry outbursts, or social problems that extend beyond the classroom door.

Thursday, October 23 - Fostering & Promoting Open Educational Resources on Your Campus & Beyond

11:00-12:00 (NISOD)

Thursday, December 11 - Grading that Motivates and Retains Students

11:00-12:00 (NISOD)

How we grade says a lot about our teaching philosophy and our priorities in the classroom. In this webinar, we'll investigate how that plays out in student motivation and retention. We'll look at characteristics of effective and ineffective grading. I'll share student feedback and lessons learned from a system I've been piloting for several semesters. Finally, we'll discuss some of the challenges we face with grades and some possible solutions.
Angela Breckenridge, Ph. D., Educator, Curriculum Designer

Free One-day Courses (CE credits) from the Center for Careers in Education

The Center for Careers in Education offers courses on a variety of topics to help instructors increase their effectiveness in the classroom. The courses present and model research-based ideas and strategies and allow time for participants to share practices and applications with colleagues. They are free of charge to all PCC instructors. View more details and register for courses.

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