Upcoming Flex Workshops

English Teaching Community Text Based #3 Y2276 Details here
12:00am, 10/19/2020 room: Canvas English Teaching Community Course Site Flex Hours: 2
The third unit of the English Teaching Community for Fall 2020. The focus this semester is building equtable English courses. This third unit will examine the false dichotomy between academic rigor and culturally responsive and race consious pedagogy.Participants will need to read assigned materials and complete written responses, then complete assignments and post on Canvas, including a reflective discussion. 
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Fall Play - A Virtual Whodunnit & OTR Y2337 Details here
7:30 pm, 10/22/2020 room: Flex Hours: 2
Yuba College Fall Play - A Virtual Whodunnit: A Live Streaming Murder Mystery Theatre Event plus a special presentation of Halloween: Theatre in the DarkWhen every suspect has a motive and opportunity, it’s up to our brave detective AND the audience to find the killer in Yuba College Theatre's production of A Virtual Whodunnit by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus (Disney, Lion King 2, Star Trek Deep Space 9) streaming Oct. 22-25, Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 7:30 online and Sunday at 2:00 pm. You can watch it at home with family or friends. Can you figure out Whodunnit?Our virtual theatre opens at 30 minutes before showtime, sign in early to allow time to make sure everything for you is working. You have the option to leave your mics on during the show so the actors can hear your gasps, laughs, and applause, and you can share your notes with the detective at the end. However, if you plan to watch the show while having dinner, munching on snacks, or with chatty family and friends, please leave your mic off because the actors and audience will hear you, just like in a real theatre. You can still share your notes with the detective through the chatbox. Streaming access is FREE but requires pre-registration and a special link to our virtual Zoom theatre. Spaces are limited, so please register early. To register, select your preferred date from the links below. The link will take you to a Zoom webpage where you will provide your name and email. The link to the performance will be emailed to you. The link can only be used once, so do not share your link. You can register at www.whodunnit.online or https://yc.yccd.edu/academics/fine-arts/theater/.You can also copy and paste the short URLs next to the date you want to attend, and that will take you straight to the Zoom registration page. Thursday, October 22 at 7:30 pm     https://bit.ly/3lzGubZ Friday, October 23 at 7:30 pm          https://bit.ly/33Jj1yH Saturday, October 24th at 7:30 pm   https://bit.ly/3jN5T1k Sunday, October 25th at 2:00 pm     https://bit.ly/2IeBFGC I hope you can join us in this unique theatre experience. www.whodunnit.onlinehttps://yc.yccd.edu/academics/fine-arts/theater/
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Math Teaching Community - Fall 2020 Y2251 Details here
10:00 am, 10/23/2020 room: Zoom - Meeting ID: 969 8695 2069 Flex Hours: 2
The Mathematics Teaching Community is for full and part time faculty in Mathematics. Faculty who teach in disciplines that rely on Mathematics may may also benifit in joining in this teaching community. One of the purposes of the this community is to be able to get together to support one another, while building mathematics course materials and exploring different modalities of delivering material to students.  This is a place where we can share ideas, explore, teach and learn from one another.  We will be meeting the 2nd and 4th Fridays from 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Participants will be asked to do some homework for meetings and to be ready to come in and to share.  We are expecting 1/2 of homework and that is why the flex hours are 2 hours. INote:  If you are a part time instructor teaching at Yuba College you may qualify for a stipend if you complete the paperwork, attend all or majority of the meetings.  You are not allowed to get a stipend and use these hours for your flex obligations.  If you are a full time instructor you can use these meetings for flex.
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English Teaching Community Live Meeting #3 Y2277 Details here
10:00 AM, 10/28/2020 room: Canvas English Teaching Community Course Site Flex Hours: 3
The third live meeting of the English Teaching Community for Fall 20. The focus this semester is building equitable English courses. This third meeting examines the false dichotomy between academic rigor and culturally responsive and race-conscious pedagogy.Participants will need to read assigned materials and complete written response in advance of the meeting, and contribute to a brief reflection to a discussion forum after the meeting.
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines - Fall 2020 - Meeting 5 Y2258 Details here
10:00 am, 11/06/2020 room: Zoom Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community (Cross-Disciplinary) is designed for faculty who want to collaborate with and learn from one another. All are welcome, whether you're in your first semester or your one hundredth, whether you're adjunct, tenure-track or tenured.Our goal is to provide a supportive space for faculty learn, grow, and share. We want the community to work for you, and so your input on potential discussion topics, readings, and activities are welcome. Because we value your time and participation, full time faculty can earn flex for participating and adjuncts can earn a participation stipend. Stipends are two-tiered: Tier 1 - participate in 4 of the 7 meetings this semester (60%); Tier 2 - participate in 7 of 7 meetings this semester (100%). If you have any questions or are would like to join this group of faculty, please contact either Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccd.edu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.  In order to get to the meetings you will need to be a participant in the Teaching Community Across Discepline's Canvas Page.  If you are not a participant, please email Erika or Kiara, in order to be added to the list.Fall 2020 - MeetingsWhen: 1st & 3rd Fridays, 10-11:30am (9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4)Where: online via CONFERZOOM through this Canvas siteTopics:To be determined after the first meeting.
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English Teaching Community Text Based #4 Y2279 Details here
12:00am, 11/09/2020 room: Canvas English Teaching Community Course Site Flex Hours: 2
The fourth unit of the English Teaching Community for Fall 20. The focus this semester is on building equtable English courses. The final unit will inquire into anti-racist teaching practices and establish goals for the spring semester English Teaching Community. Particpants will need to read assigned materials and complete written responses, complete assignments on Canvas, and contribute to a brief reflection to a discussion forum. 
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Math Teaching Community - Fall 2020 Y2252 Details here
10:00 am, 11/13/2020 room: Zoom - Meeting ID: 969 8695 2069 Flex Hours: 2
The Mathematics Teaching Community is for full and part time faculty in Mathematics. Faculty who teach in disciplines that rely on Mathematics may may also benifit in joining in this teaching community. One of the purposes of the this community is to be able to get together to support one another, while building mathematics course materials and exploring different modalities of delivering material to students.  This is a place where we can share ideas, explore, teach and learn from one another.  We will be meeting the 2nd and 4th Fridays from 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Participants will be asked to do some homework for meetings and to be ready to come in and to share.  We are expecting 1/2 of homework and that is why the flex hours are 2 hours. INote:  If you are a part time instructor teaching at Yuba College you may qualify for a stipend if you complete the paperwork, attend all or majority of the meetings.  You are not allowed to get a stipend and use these hours for your flex obligations.  If you are a full time instructor you can use these meetings for flex.
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English Teaching Community Live Meeting #4 Y2278 Details here
10:00 AM, 11/18/2020 room: Canvas English Teaching Community Course Site Flex Hours: 3
The fourth live meeting of the English Teaching Community for Fall 20. The focus this semester is building equitable English courses. This final meeting inquire into anti-racist teaching practices and establish goals for the Spring 20 English Teaching Community.Participants will need to read assigned materials and complete written response in advance of the meeting, and contribute to a brief reflection to a discussion forum after the meeting.
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines - Fall 2020 - Meeting 6 Y2259 Details here
10:00 am, 11/20/2020 room: Zoom Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community (Cross-Disciplinary) is designed for faculty who want to collaborate with and learn from one another. All are welcome, whether you're in your first semester or your one hundredth, whether you're adjunct, tenure-track or tenured.Our goal is to provide a supportive space for faculty learn, grow, and share. We want the community to work for you, and so your input on potential discussion topics, readings, and activities are welcome. Because we value your time and participation, full time faculty can earn flex for participating and adjuncts can earn a participation stipend. Stipends are two-tiered: Tier 1 - participate in 4 of the 7 meetings this semester (60%); Tier 2 - participate in 7 of 7 meetings this semester (100%). If you have any questions or are would like to join this group of faculty, please contact either Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccd.edu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.  In order to get to the meetings you will need to be a participant in the Teaching Community Across Discepline's Canvas Page.  If you are not a participant, please email Erika or Kiara, in order to be added to the list.Fall 2020 - MeetingsWhen: 1st & 3rd Fridays, 10-11:30am (9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4)Where: online via CONFERZOOM through this Canvas siteTopics:To be determined after the first meeting.
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines - Fall 2020 - Meeting 7 Y2260 Details here
10:00 am, 12/04/2020 room: Zoom Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community (Cross-Disciplinary) is designed for faculty who want to collaborate with and learn from one another. All are welcome, whether you're in your first semester or your one hundredth, whether you're adjunct, tenure-track or tenured.Our goal is to provide a supportive space for faculty learn, grow, and share. We want the community to work for you, and so your input on potential discussion topics, readings, and activities are welcome. Because we value your time and participation, full time faculty can earn flex for participating and adjuncts can earn a participation stipend. Stipends are two-tiered: Tier 1 - participate in 4 of the 7 meetings this semester (60%); Tier 2 - participate in 7 of 7 meetings this semester (100%). If you have any questions or are would like to join this group of faculty, please contact either Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccd.edu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.  In order to get to the meetings you will need to be a participant in the Teaching Community Across Discepline's Canvas Page.  If you are not a participant, please email Erika or Kiara, in order to be added to the list.Fall 2020 - MeetingsWhen: 1st & 3rd Fridays, 10-11:30am (9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4)Where: online via CONFERZOOM through this Canvas siteTopics:To be determined after the first meeting.
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Math Teaching Community - Fall 2020 Y2253 Details here
10:00 am, 12/11/2020 room: Zoom - Meeting ID: 969 8695 2069 Flex Hours: 2
The Mathematics Teaching Community is for full and part time faculty in Mathematics. Faculty who teach in disciplines that rely on Mathematics may may also benifit in joining in this teaching community. One of the purposes of the this community is to be able to get together to support one another, while building mathematics course materials and exploring different modalities of delivering material to students.  This is a place where we can share ideas, explore, teach and learn from one another.  We will be meeting the 2nd and 4th Fridays from 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Participants will be asked to do some homework for meetings and to be ready to come in and to share.  We are expecting 1/2 of homework and that is why the flex hours are 2 hours. INote:  If you are a part time instructor teaching at Yuba College you may qualify for a stipend if you complete the paperwork, attend all or majority of the meetings.  You are not allowed to get a stipend and use these hours for your flex obligations.  If you are a full time instructor you can use these meetings for flex.
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