Fall 2014 - Spring 2015

  • Thursday, September 4, 2014
    3:30 pm -- Connector 354

    Conflict Resolution
    Managing student conduct can seem daunting, especially to newer instructors. However, it is one of the main tasks teachers have in order to maintain an academic classroom environment. This presentation from Dr. Jim Canonica and Jackie Tenuto speaks to the discipline concerns of instructors and gives an overview to the resources that are available to them.
  • Thursday, October 2, 2014
    3:30 pm -- LRC 012

    Everything You Always Wanted to Know About E-books But Were Afraid to Ask
    What are the advantages of e-books and how can they be most useful to students, faculty and staff? How do e-books compare to print books? What questions and concerns do you have about e-books? How do you find and use the College Library's collection of e-books? Learn about new advances in e-publishing. Join the librarians and visiting e-book specialist, Brad Roth, for an interesting session!
  • Wednesday, October 29, 2014
    3 pm -- CTC 214 (Camden Campus)

    Teaching with Technology in the Developmental College Writing Classroom.  
    The Academic Skills English department will be discussing ways to make full use of its online component, MyWritingLab, as well as ways to incorporate additional electronic resources into classes.  The focus of the workshop will be on creating lessons and assignments that help enhance students’ digital literacy skills while enhancing their writing skills. 

    For more information, please contact: Kelly Pietrucha, Academic Skills English Learning Specialist
    kpietrucha@camdencc.edu, 856-227-7200 ext. 4559

  • Thursday, November 6, 2014
    3:30 pm -- Connector 356

    Identifying and Assisting Students in Distress
    At times, faculty may notice changes in a student's behavior or appearance. Learn to read the signs that a student may be experiencing distress and discover the many kinds of assistance that are available through student services.

  • Thursday, December 4, 2014
    3:30 pm -- Connector 356

    Faculty Experiences Princeton Fellowship
    The Mid-Career Fellowship Program at Princeton University enables faculty from participating colleges to undertake advanced study and participate in a specially designed program aimed at professional development. The program offers participants a break from heavy teaching loads and administrative responsibilities, acting to rekindle their scholarly and teaching lives. Kelly Jackson will provide an overview of her research project and share insights regarding participating in the program.

  • Tuesday, January 20, 2015 Civic Hall
    Spring, 2015 Professional Development Day

  • Thursday, February 5, 2015
    3:30 pm -- Connector 352

    Book Discussion: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
    Prof. Dan Flisser will lead a discussion of the remarkable true story about human inventiveness and its power to overcome crippling adversity. An inspirational tale of the young man who turned a pile of tractor parts, scrap metal, and a rusted bicycle into an electricity-generating windmill. His small town in Malawi was converted from a land where magic ruled and science was mystery …. into a place where modern aspirations could be accessible. Is the 21st century still a time when "anything is possible?"

    The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
    Authors: William Kamkwamba & Bryan Mealer
    ISBN: 978-0-06-173033-7
    Wm. Morrow, Pub.
    Copyright 2010
    Paperback: $15.99

  • Thursday, March 5, 2015
    3:30 pm -- Madison 213

    Utilizing WebStudy Light in Face-to-Face Classes
    WebStudy Light for Face-to-Face courses allows instructors to post syllabi, course materials, and news announcements on our learning management system. Join us to learn more about this exciting tool! Bring your Colleague ID number, so you may login and follow along at your computer station. Reserve a seat today by contacting the Distance Learning Department at DistanceLearning@camdencc.edu

  • Thursday, April 2, 2015
    3:30 pm -- Connector 352

    The College Student with Asperger's Syndrome
    Over the years, increasing numbers of students with Asperser's Syndrome have been showing up on college campuses. Yet, many professionals working in higher education find themselves ill-equipped and unprepared to address and manage the cognitive, social, executive functioning and behavior deficits that impact them.

  • Thursday, May 7, 2015
    3:30 pm -- Connector 352

    Faculty Scholarly Research
    Dr. Joshua Roberson will discuss facets of his work in Egypt, from 2001 through the present. This presentation will provide an overview of epigraphic studies conducted at the sites of Saqqara, Abydos, the Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, and Elephantine island, as well as the Egyptian museum in Cairo. In addition, Dr. Roberson will address his analysis and publication of material that sheds new light on the mortuary beliefs of Egyptian kings and elites during Egypt's empire and the so-called "twilight" years of the Late Period. Dr. Roberson is an Assistant Professor of History at Camden County College and Consulting Scholar for the Egyptian section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.


Additional Staff Training
The Office of Enrollment and Students Services offers a full slate of training and workshops throughout the year. Download the current schedule.


Online Learning Opportunities
Can’t find time to attend a Teaching Learning Center lecture?
You can now earn a certificate of completion by taking a Library of Congress self-paced interactive module – online and on your schedule. Each multimedia-rich program delivers approximately one hour of staff development.

 

 

 


Contact:
Alexander Breve
Assistant Dean for Academic Support
Extension: 5056

 

 

 

 
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