16 New Full-Time Faculty and 3 Facilitator participated in the event.
The New Full-Time Faculty Retreat provided new full-time faculty with new ideas and tools for teaching their own courses. Participant's time was spent in developing their course curriculum with insightful support from other teachers from across the campus and from their fellow new faculty.
Fall Orientation Booklet
Over 200 attendees, which includes Full- and Part-Time Faculty, Staff, and Administrators. Including over 30 Facilitators in a dozen sessions.
The Clark College Campus Community came out in record numbers to hear Dr Peter Collier speak about First Generation Students.
This two-day long event included a dozen breakout sessions on topics from the School of Tomorrow to Better Learning through Listening.
The Teaching and Learning Center's Fall Focus program emphasizes the process of generating assessment projects that measure student learning based on the college-wide outcomes.
The Clark County Elections Office and Clark College hosted the Rock the Vote Registration drive. The TLC helped with providing laptops to get students and community members signed up and registered to vote.
This informal gathering provided an opportunity for new faculty to have a one-on-one conversation with their department, Clark supporting personnel and interact.