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Professional Learning Programs and Workshops

Fall 2022 CIL Offerings

New Faculty Academy

Friday, September 23rd
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Facilitators: Dr. Alyssa Brown and Dr. Erin Craig
Location: TBD
Audience: Participation limited to newly hired full time faculty.

No sign up required

Welcome and GWC Introduction from President McGrath: President McGrath will welcome the new faculty, share the vision 2030 for our campus, goals, and the GWC community.

Full Time Faculty Housekeeping: Faculty will receive, discuss, and act on the many details required for full time faculty members at GWC. This includes dates, processes, LHE, load sheets, how to calculate, how to submit textbooks 

Learning Objectives, Lesson Plans, Unit Plans: Great teaching is centered on targeted and deliberate learning objectives for students, lesson plans, and overall unit organization. Faculty will be supported in writing objectives and refining their current and future unit and lesson plans to optimize student learning and teaching.  


Leadership Academy 2.0

Friday, September 23rd
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Facilitators: Damien Jordan and Pete Bouzar
Location: TBD
Audience: Participation limited to Leadership Academy 2.0 participants.

No sign up required

How to Run a Meeting, Campus Committee Structure: Participants will delve into the GWC committees’ purpose and structure as well as the new changes for 2022-23. Protocols for leading a committee meeting will be explained and discussed, then participants will practice and model these practices.  


Lunch and Learn: Activities, Activities, Activities!

Tuesday, September 27th
11:30 - 12:15 pm

Facilitator: Dr. Erin Craig
Location: CIL Student Union 201
Audience: Full time and part time faculty

No sign up required, open to all!

This informal session will include participants sharing and learning strategies and activities they use in class to promote student collaboration, engagement, and learn. Please bring your own lunch join us!


Snap Judgements: Exploring Implicit and Explicit Bias in the Workplace

Friday September 30th
10:00 - 11:30 am

Facilitator: Jason Harper
Location: Zoom
Audience: All GWC employees

Sign up here to register via Cornerstone.

Stereotypes and unconscious bias are the result, in part, of the human brain's need to categorize and store a vast amount of information. While everyone has unconscious biases, it can create problems when they surface in the workplace. Through implicit bias training, employees see how unconscious biases can distort decision making, and the learn what they can do to avoid make snap judgements about people that can affect relationships and productivity.


Mental Health Awareness

Wednesday September 28th
11:00 - 12:00 pm

Location: Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87077768005
Audience: All GWC employees

Sign up here to register via Cornerstone.
Open to All


How to Read Your Load Sheet and Paycheck

Friday October 7th
10:00 - 11:30 am

Facilitator: Betty Rodriguez
Location: Zoom
Audience: Full time and part time faculty

Sign Up: TBD

Faculty: we know you have questions about out your load sheet, LHE, paychecks, pay dates, overload pay, and more! Betty Rodriguez will lead this session to help faculty understand the details, schedules, and everything else related to your load sheet and pay. Please bring your questions!


Club Advisor Info Session

Friday October 14th
11:00 - 12:00 pm

Facilitator: Therese Grande and Dennis Nañez
Location: Zoom: https://cccd-edu.zoom.us/j/82953364517
Audience: Faculty, Classified Professionals, and Managers/Administrators

Sign Up: TBD

Research shows that students who are involved and engaged outside of the classroom are more likely to succeed and persist inside the classroom.  Student Clubs & Organizations are an incredible opportunity for our students to find that engagement, and Club Advisors play a key role in supporting these communities on campus.  Join us for an info session to learn more about the benefits of serving as a Club Advisor.

Archived Programs & Workshops

September 2022
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