Upcoming Flex Workshops

Math Teaching Community-2 Y2051 Details here
10 am, 02/28/2020 room: 847,849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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English Teaching Community Meeting #1: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain Y2068 Details here
09:00 AM, 02/28/2020 room: room 1171 Flex Hours: 4
This semester we are reading Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, by Zaretta  Hammond. Before our first meeting, we will read pages 1-35 with this reading focus in mind:How does this information connect to what you already know or do?What questions or concerns do you have about the ideas in the text?Participants will post in a Canvas discussion forum before out meeting. Please contact Shawn Frederking for access to the Canvas site. All are welcome--you don't have to teach English to participate! 
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Distance Education Community Meeting #1: Planning Strategies for the Online Course. Y2085 Details here
12:00pm, 03/06/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
The Distance Education Teaching Community is designed for faculty who teach or plan to teach online. We hope to build enthusiasm while supporting each other in becoming effective online instructors. Join us as we discuss, brainstorm, share ideas and challenges found  specifically in the online teaching environment.. The topic of our first meeting is Planning Strategies for Building and Designing Your Online Course. Contact Maris Wagener @mwagener@yccd.edu for more information. What to bring?Your laptop An article, a video, an example, an idea or a question that relates to planning.Lunch is provided.Flex credit is available.    
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines Y2046 Details here
10:00 am, 03/06/2020 room: Room 849 from 10:00-10:30 am and then Room 847 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Flex Hours: 2

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Math Teaching Community meeting Y2053 Details here
10 am, 03/13/2020 room: 847/849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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English Teaching Community Meeting #2: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain Y2091 Details here
9AM, 03/13/2020 room: 1171 Journalism Lab Flex Hours: 4
This semester we are reading Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, by Zaretta  Hammond. Before our second meeting, we will read pages 36-69 with this reading focus in mind: How might these ideas about neuroscience and preparing to be culturally responsive apply to our work at Yuba College?What questions or insights surface as you read?Participants will post in a Canvas discussion forum before out meeting. Please contact Shawn Frederking for access to the Canvas site. All are welcome--you don't have to teach English to participate!
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Advancing the Dialogue Brown Bag Lunch - "The Challenges of Parenting While in College" Y1944 Details here
12:00 PM, 03/18/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
This is part of a series that will explore various topic related to diversity, student equity, and the ever changing needs of our students on campus.  Please look at the session material for more information. Material for the topic of "The Challenges of Parenting While in College" can be viewed at the following link:https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/yccd/Board.nsf/files/BFASXE74CB63/$file/The Challenges of Parenting While in College.pdf
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Distance Education Community Meeting #2: Communication in the Online Course Y2086 Details here
12:00pm, 03/20/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
The Distance Education Teaching Community is designed for faculty who teach or plan to teach online. We hope to build enthusiasm while supporting each other in becoming effective online instructors. Join us as we discuss, brainstorm, share ideas and challenges found  specifically in the online teaching environment..Meeting #2:  The topic of our second meeting is: Communication in the Online Class. How do you know if your students understand your instructions?  What are some ways you make your class communication accessible to all students? Do students know what is expected of them? Do you have a communication plan for your course?Contact Maris Wagener @mwagener@yccd.edu for more information. What to bring?Your laptop An article, a video, an example, an idea or a question that relates to communicating in an online course.Flex credit is available.
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines Y2047 Details here
10:00 am, 03/20/2020 room: Room 849 from 10:00-10:30 am and then Room 847 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community Across Disciplines is designed for Faculty that are just starting out in teaching and for those who have lots of teaching experience.  This community gives faculty time to come together and learn from one another. It is a time to grow as an instructor and to learn skills that will help in student success.  There is a stipend available for adjuncts who participate in all or a majority of the meetings.  If you receive a stipend you may not use these hours to count towards flex. Topics for each meeting will be posted on the Yuba College Teaching Community Canvas Page as they come available. If you are not part of this page and would like to get the emails and information about this teaching community please email Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccdedu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.   
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Math Teaching Community meeting Y2054 Details here
10 am, 03/27/2020 room: 847/849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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Math Teaching Community meeting Y2055 Details here
10 am, 04/10/2020 room: 847/849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines Y2048 Details here
10:00 am, 04/17/2020 room: Room 849 from 10:00-10:30 am and then Room 847 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community Across Disciplines is designed for Faculty that are just starting out in teaching and for those who have lots of teaching experience.  This community gives faculty time to come together and learn from one another. It is a time to grow as an instructor and to learn skills that will help in student success.  There is a stipend available for adjuncts who participate in all or a majority of the meetings.  If you receive a stipend you may not use these hours to count towards flex. Topics for each meeting will be posted on the Yuba College Teaching Community Canvas Page as they come available. If you are not part of this page and would like to get the emails and information about this teaching community please email Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccdedu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.   
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Advancing the Dialogue Brown Bag Lunch - "Student Mental Health" Y1945 Details here
12:00 PM, 04/21/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
This is part of a series that will explore various topic related to diversity, student equity, and the ever changing needs of our students on campus.  Please look at the session material for more information.Material for the topic of "Student Mental Health" can be viewed at the following link: https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/yccd/Board.nsf/files/BFQVHX80E205/$file/1. Student stress surges %E2%80%93 Community College Daily.pdf
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Distance Education Community Meeting #3: Building Community in Your Online Course Y2094 Details here
12:00pm, 04/24/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
The Distance Education Teaching Community is designed for faculty who teach or plan to teach online. We hope to build enthusiasm while supporting each other in becoming effective online instructors. Join us as we discuss, brainstorm, share ideas and challenges found  specifically in the online teaching environment.. The topic of our third meeting is Building Community in Your Online Course. Contact Maris Wagener @mwagener@yccd.edu for more information. What to bring?Your laptop An article, a video, an example, an idea or a question that relates to building community.Flex credit is available.    
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Math Teaching Community meeting Y2056 Details here
10 am, 04/24/2020 room: 847/849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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Teaching Community Across Disciplines Y2049 Details here
10:00 am, 05/01/2020 room: Room 849 from 10:00-10:30 am and then Room 847 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Flex Hours: 2
The Teaching Community Across Disciplines is designed for Faculty that are just starting out in teaching and for those who have lots of teaching experience.  This community gives faculty time to come together and learn from one another. It is a time to grow as an instructor and to learn skills that will help in student success.  There is a stipend available for adjuncts who participate in all or a majority of the meetings.  If you receive a stipend you may not use these hours to count towards flex. Topics for each meeting will be posted on the Yuba College Teaching Community Canvas Page as they come available. If you are not part of this page and would like to get the emails and information about this teaching community please email Erika Noffsinger at enoffsin@yccdedu or Kiara Koenig at kkoenig@yccd.edu.   
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Math Teaching Community meeting Y2057 Details here
10 am, 05/08/2020 room: 847/849 Flex Hours: 2
The Math Teaching Community will be meeting throughout the Spring semester.  The purpose of this Teaching Community is to discuss, brainstorm and troubleshoot problems that are arising in the classroom because of the implementation of AB705.  We will also use this time to build materials that can be used to support students in courses like statistics and algebra.A stipend will be available for adjunct instructors that attend the meetings. # of meetings to be eligible for stipend will be shared in the first meeting.   Flex is available to fulltime faculty who join us. 
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Distance Education Community Meeting #4: Tips and Tricks for Your Online Course Y2095 Details here
12:00pm, 05/08/2020 room: 1167 Flex Hours: 1
The Distance Education Teaching Community is designed for faculty who teach or plan to teach online. We hope to build enthusiasm and community while supporting each other in becoming effective online instructors. Join us as we discuss, brainstorm, share ideas and challenges found  specifically in the online teaching environment.. The topic of our fourth  meeting is Tips and Tricks for Your Online Course.   This is our last meeting for the Spring 2020 semester.  Contact  Maris Wagener @mwagener@yccd.edu for more information. What to bring?Your laptop Tips and tricks that work for you in your online course. Let's share.Flex credit is available.    
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