Events

Event Location
Practical Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom
3/1/2024 (Friday)
9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Instructors should always want to establish a classroom environment that is welcoming to a diverse student population. This is easier if students would be just like us. However, today faculty face a widely diverse group of students on our campus and in our classrooms. Participants will learn about methods to re-envision the typical engagement in the classroom and better plan and design projects that foster unity and diversity. The workshop will help you learn about strategies that can help you engage all students in your classes and programs. You will leave this presentation with specific ideas and strategies that you can adapt or adopt to increase engagement in your classroom. Please join the SCATE sponsored event as Pamela Silvers dicusses the topic.
5202
Improving Outlook Skills for Better Internal Communications
3/22/2024 (Friday)
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
This PTLI is a part of our Employee Engagement Action Plan/Internal Communications Improvement effort for departments in the Technical and General Education Division. Outlook provides significant capabilities to allow FDTC employees to communicate effectively and in a timely manner. Improving our skills using Outlook for email, calendar and task management can help us work better and more efficiently together.
TBA
Testing Statistics Generation and Troubleshooting
4/5/2024 (Friday)
9:00 AM-9:50 AM
Please join Michelle Piper with D2L to explore what happens after a student submits a quiz. She will demonstrate the different ways to quiz submissions and how to correct questions using Regrade. In addition, she will identify the analytics available for quiz submissions and discuss differences between Regrade and Editing and their impacts on quiz submissions. Meeting Link: https://d2l.zoom.us/j/98915281469?pwd=UGVhZXNGQU1VSlN6UWtrSmJmV1pqZz09
Virtual
Regular and Substantive Interaction
4/19/2024 (Friday)
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
Regular and substantive interaction (RSI) is a Department of Education requirement for online education. RSI increases student success, enhances teaching effectiveness, and ensures our students can access federal financial aid. Join Bob Garand, Ivy Ingram, and Lakeisha Johnson as they discuss the RSI standards.
TBA