College of the Canyons' Management Academy 2017

Well-trained managers provide leadership, stability, and motivation for their direct reports and the entire management team. Frequently, employees are promoted to supervisory or management positions because they are good at the job they’re doing. But a whole new set of skills is necessary to become an effective manager. College of the Canyons has designed a program to help employees develop those critical skills. While some of the material is specific to College of the Canyons, these trainings primarily offer valuable insight into the general skills needed to be a successful manager at any...

Professional Development Plan - College of the Canyons - 2017/2018

This document outlines the professional development plan created for the College of the Canyons 2017/2018 academic year. It shows how College of the Canyons complies with Assembly Bill 2558 which mandates that professional development be provided at every California community college for all employee groups – faculty, classified staff, and management/administrators.

Maximizing Professional Development Opportunities by Coordinating Student Equity, 3SP, and Basic Skills

This presentation includes information on integrating professional development across various plans. These include Diversity, Institutional Effectiveness, Student Success, and Basic Skills plans. Other topics covered are The Learning-and-Effectiveness Paradigm, example missions and vision statements and proposed re-organization plan.

The Professional Learning Network — An Introduction to and Demonstration of the New CCC Professional Development Portal

The Professional Learning Network is a one-stop site for effective practices, trainings, and other resources for California Community Colleges faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees. The purpose of the Professional Learning Network, which was launched in April 2016, is to provide information and resources to college personnel on improving operations and student success. The Professional Learning Network is funded by the CCC Chancellor’s Office as part of the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative. The idea for both the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative and...

Canvas Resources for Faculty

Thinking about Canvas? @ONE and the Online Education Initiative (OEI) provide a wealth of resources to assist in your exploration of Canvas, an overview of the support available to you, and resources to facilitate your move. Why Canvas? Everything you ever wanted to know about Canvas – visit the Canvas Community Canvas FastTrack Video Series – a quick video guide for instructors to help with the alignment of Canvas tools with SAMR and increase engagement Canvas Interface Overview (Faculty) Canvas Instructor Getting Started Guide Canvas Overview (Students) Canvas Student Getting Started Guide

Canvas Community

A component of the Online Education Initiative (OEI), the CCC Canvas Community provides a forum to share ideas on using Canvas and to leverage our collective voice to ensure that Canvas resources effectively serve our students. All CCC faculty, staff, and administrators are welcome to join the CCC Canvas Community and share their experiences with others on their campus and throughout the CCC system. For more information, visit the Canvas Community.

Faculty Success Center at Chaffey College

Chaffey College's Faculty Success Center was founded in 2008 with the intent of supporting the innovation and experimentation of faculty in service of advancing or increasing student success and achievement. The Faculty Success Center has become a thriving hub of activity and support. The Faculty Success Center's mission is defined as follows: "The Faculty Success Center endeavors to dignify and support the scholarship of teaching and learning to promote student success and academic professionalism." This mission is primarily accomplished through a wide variety of activities including...

Habits of Mind Leadership Community of Practice by 3CSN

Through its Habits of Mind workshops, the California Community Colleges' Success Network (3CSN) provides professional learning opportunities and resources for building students’ academic and career dispositions and attitudes. For colleges wanting to infuse Habits of Mind practices across departments, services and/or campus, 3CSN offers an annual institute providing leadership training. 3CSN's Habit of Mind Leadership Community of Practice provides training for those seeking to lead Habits of Mind initiatives on their campuses and is best suited for those: Seeking to close opportunity gaps and...

Habits of Mind Community of Practice

The Habits of Mind Community of Practice, which is administered by the California Community Colleges' Success Network (3CSN), assists educators throughout the state with addressing student equity and cultivating the essential academic mindsets, dispositions and attitudes students need to succeed in college and careers. Within the networked community of practice, faculty and staff engage in professional learning about Growth Mindset and a universal Habits of Mind framework. Collectively, they share and create professional practices that develop students’ inclination, capability, and commitment...