Staff Resource Center for Professional Development & Educational Leadership
Dear Sacramento City College Colleagues:
Greetings SCC colleagues!
This week of November 4-10, professional development focuses on virtual and on ground face to face workshops:
- Professional Development Online, California Community College Chancellor’s Office website, Vision Resource Center.
- Brown Bag with Chancellor Brian King
- Canvas and other support technologies
- Classified Professional Development
- Celebrate City!
See the calendar of events below.
On behalf of the Staff Resource Center for Professional Development, we invite you to consider submitting and/or requesting Professional Development & Flex, the week of January 13-17, for Spring 2020 . The theme is “Student Success”. Once again, the SCC Equity Framework can assist in emphasizing capacity building. As the college continues to focus on training and development related to teaching, learning, and service, while strengthening and demonstrating student success and support, the SRC and its partner initiatives of Student Equity, Student Success and Support, Hispanic Serving Institute, SAGE & SESI/STEM, Guided Pathways, and Achieve The Dream, ATD (ATD Model- Building Core Capacities) request your proposals for professional development. We seek workshops and professional development events related to district initiatives, college/division/department, and unit/program/resource plans that address campus wide goals and objectives.
We look forward to your proposal submissions! Webinar options may also be submitted. After gathering the complete information on this Proposal/request form, you will be contacted to set up and schedule the event. Please complete a separate form for either the “Proposal for a workshop/event I would like to organize/facilitate” and/or “Request for a professional development workshop/event”.
Quote of the week
From a new book
A Means of Organizing Equity Concerns and Responsive Practices
“Taxonomies have long been used in science to explain the world around us. A taxonomy identifies and separates things into groups and communicates the structural relationships that exist among these groups. Readers are undoubtedly familiar with Bloom’s taxonomy and its 21st century update, which was proposed as a means of classifying educational learning objectives and then establishing and differentiating the relationship’s among the groups of learning objectives based on relative complexity (Krathwohl, 2002).“
“The Equity Taxonomy”
by Dominique Smith, Nancy E. Frey, Ian Pumpian and Douglas E. Fisher
See the SCC Equity Framework for more information
The week of November 4-10, 2019
The week of November 11-17, 2019
The week of November 18-23, 2019
The week of November 25- December 1, 2019
Click on the Vision Resource Center for virtual professional development workshops
Videos of the Week
In a talk about understanding and practicing the art of healthy relationships, Katie Hood reveals the five signs you might be in an unhealthy relationship — with a romantic partner, a friend, a family member — and shares the things you can do every day to love with respect, kindness and joy. “While love is an instinct and an emotion, the ability to love better is a skill we can all build and improve on over time,” she says.
Podcast of the Week
Have you ever had a job where you stopped and asked yourself: what am I doing here? If I quit tomorrow, would anyone even notice?
Center for Urban Education
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Attention Sacramento City College Library Users!
Your SCC Library has current issues of The Chronicle of Higher Education on the shelves. Find the journal in the Periodicals section on the second floor of the Library. Librarians will also email* selected articles to you at your request. Contact a Librarian – chat, email, or phone.
*via Library access to the digital edition
Welcome to CCRC’s October newsletter! This edition kicks off with a look at which high school students have access to Advanced Placement and dual enrollment. Later, you’ll find new papers on adjunct faculty and workforce skills, as well as several blog posts written by community college practitioners.
CSUDH Community College Teaching Certificate
This is a graduate-level program for those seeking to prepare for a career in community college teaching.
Professional Development Online
Build a culture of learning and development with the best LMS for employee learning and development. For more information about professional development using Cornerstone, see the California Community College Chancellor’s Office website, Vision Resource Center.
To read the full posts, log in using your Vision Resource Center username and password, and click on Browse for Training.
Dawna DeMartini, Adam Freas, Jesus Limon Guzman, Norman Lorenz, Coordinators, Staff Resource Center for Professional Development & Education Leadership, SRCPD
Kimberly McDaniel, Associate Vice President, Enrollment and Student Services
Tyler Wyckoff, SRCPD, Assistant
Working Together, Pursuing Excellence and Inspiring Achievement!