Tag Archives: PD

Still have questions about organizing and/or formatting your dossier? Come to the Q&A Zoom Today (Friday, 5/20)

The Contract Renewal and Tenure/Promotion C4wards will host their last workshop for Spring 2022:

  • Organizing/Formatting Your Dossier Q&A on Friday, May 20th via Zoom, at 1-2 pm
    Please bring your questions! We will take follow-up and any other questions regarding organizing folders/files and formatting your documents and appendices.

Did you know that there are great resources that you can browse through at your leisure?

Contract renewal and tenure/promotion support website homepage screenshot.

Applying Digital Accessibility, Let's make our online classes accessible. Together.

NEW TRAINING: Let’s make our classes accessible. Together.

Planning to update your course(s) this summer to ensure accessibility? Join us from July 11 to August 5 (4 weeks) and have “fun” while updating your digital content. Applying Digital Accessibility is a new 4-week PD, developed and facilitated by instructional designers and instructional faculty volunteers from across the UH System. Submit your application now before the seats fill up.

Applying Digital Accessibility will be hands-on to help you:

  • Implement digital accessibility in Laulima
  • Create/convert to accessible resources in Word, Google Docs, and PDFs
  • Implement digital accessibility in audio and videos.

The program is entirely online and will include one synchronous online meeting each Monday morning from 10 am to noon. We recommend selecting one of the courses that you teach, to remediate/practice on during this PD, as we will be collectively applying different ADA rules each week.

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📆 Apply by June 15, 2022

Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by June 22.

Please contact kaptopp@hawaii.edu if you have any questions.

No CR & T/P Workshop Today

In light of the Tenure/Promotion and Contract Renewals training sessions scheduled by the UHCC HR for May 11 & May 12, we have adjusted our C4ward workshop schedule:

  • Formatting eDossier PART I: Friday, May 6 via Zoom (1-2 pm) – CANCELLED
  • Friday, May 20 via Zoom (1-2 pm) – we will take follow-up and any other questions after the UHCC training

The UHCC training will take place on the following dates and times:

  • Tenure and/or Promotions, Wednesday, May 11, 3pm – 4:30pm

https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/92642733415
MEETING ID: 926 4273 3415
PASSCODE: 699932

  • Contract Renewals, Thursday, May 12, 3pm – 4:30pm

https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/93889886495
MEETING ID: 938 8988 6495
PASSCODE: 271143

Did you know that Kapi‘olani Contract Renewal and Tenure/Promotion Support Website offers many resources such as guidelines, templates, sample dossiers, tips on formatting, workshop recordings, and the up-to-date workshop schedule? Please check it out! 🙂

Contract renewal and tenure/promotion support website homepage screenshot.

This Friday 5/6: Culturally-sustaining Practices in Online Classes

   Some of your colleagues have been hard at work creating culturally sustaining online learning spaces as part of a Kūloa’a Professional Development experience (supported by a Title III grant). Come and learn what strategies they developed and implemented, and find out how well those strategies worked. And help your colleagues celebrate their hard work!

Friday 5/6 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm via Zoom

  • Lisa Kobuke, Japanese language
  • ‘Iwalani Koide, Hawaiian language
  • Carl Jennings, creative thinking
  • Shiuling Huang, mathematics

For more information, please contact Leigh Dooley ldooley@hawaii.edu.

Applying Digital Accessibility, Let's make our online classes accessible. Together.

NEW TRAINING: Let’s make our classes accessible. Together.

Americans with Disability Act (ADA) is a Federal law that applies to all digital resources that we create. Regardless of the course delivery mode or the type of content we create, we are required by law to ensure that all of our digital resources are accessible to all of our students.

Planning to update your course(s) this summer to ensure accessibility? Join us from July 11 to August 5 (4 weeks) and have “fun” while updating your digital content. Applying Digital Accessibility is a new 4-week PD, developed and facilitated by instructional designers and instructional faculty volunteers from across the UH System. Submit your application now before the seats fill up.

Applying Digital Accessibility will be hands-on to help you:

  • Implement digital accessibility in Laulima
  • Create/convert to accessible resources in Word, Google Docs, and PDFs
  • Implement digital accessibility in audio and videos.

The program is entirely online and will include one synchronous online meeting each Monday morning from 10 am to noon. We recommend selecting one of the courses that you teach, to remediate/practice on during this PD, as we will be collectively applying different ADA rules each week.

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📆 Apply by June 15, 2022

Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by June 22.

Please contact kaptopp@hawaii.edu if you have any questions.

Celebrate your colleagues’ work on culturally-sustaining practices in online classes

   Some of your colleagues have been hard at work creating culturally sustaining online learning spaces as part of a Kūloa’a Professional Development experience (supported by a Title III grant). Come and learn what strategies they developed and implemented, and find out how well those strategies worked. And help your colleagues celebrate their hard work!

Friday 5/6 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm via Zoom

  • Lisa Kobuke, Japanese language
  • ‘Iwalani Koide, Hawaiian language
  • Carl Jennings, creative thinking
  • Shiuling Huang, mathematics

For more information, please contact Leigh Dooley ldooley@hawaii.edu.

Culturally-sustaining Pedagogy for Online Classes

   Some of your colleagues have been hard at work creating culturally sustaining online learning spaces as part of a Kūloa’a Professional Development experience (supported by a Title III grant). Come and learn what strategies they developed and implemented, and find out how well those strategies worked. And help your colleagues celebrate their hard work!

Friday 5/6 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm via Zoom

  • Lisa Kobuke, Japanese language
  • ‘Iwalani Koide, Hawaiian language
  • Carl Jennings, creative thinking
  • Shiuling Huang, mathematics

For more information, please contact Leigh Dooley ldooley@hawaii.edu.

Not too late to register for Campus Connections – May 5 from 3pm-4:30pm

Listen. Share. Connect.  Join us on May 5 from 3pm-4:30pm

The UHCC Professional Development Consortium concludes this year’s Campus Connections series with Courageous Conversation with José Barzola and Laura Rouse from the Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution.

Leaders are often called to facilitate meaningful, civil, and sometimes difficult conversations.  Learn about why such conversations are as important as ever, and experience how they can be structured.  This highly interactive workshop will include a facilitated courageous conversation and tools for doing this in other spaces.  The workshop is relevant for anyone working in teams and communities and those who want to learn more about effective communication in challenging spaces.  Register today!

CAMPUS CONNECTIONS ~ BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS

Campus Connections is a collaborative effort among the UHCC campuses to offer professional development sessions that are relevant and open to all UHCC employees. Each month will be hosted by a different campus. Invest go minutes in your own professional growth. You deserve it! Join us as we work and learn together as a system to be the best we can be for our students and each other. See below for this month’s workshop!

COORDINATED BY THE UHCC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM

  • Hawaii CC – Michelle Phillips
  • Leeward CC – Erin Thompson
  • Honolulu CC – Gretel Sia
  • Maui College – Joyce Yamada
  • Kapiolani CC – Leigh Dooley
  • Windward CC – Elizabeth Ratliffe
  • Kauai CC – Jeff Mexia

Contact your campus rep for more information.

Learn about the implementation of culturally-sustaining practices in online classes

   Some of your colleagues have been hard at work creating culturally sustaining online learning spaces as part of a Kūloa’a Professional Development experience (supported by a Title III grant). Come and learn what strategies they developed and implemented, and find out how well those strategies worked. And help your colleagues celebrate their hard work!

Friday 5/6 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm via Zoom

  • Lisa Kobuke, Japanese language
  • ‘Iwalani Koide, Hawaiian language
  • Carl Jennings, creative thinking
  • Shiuling Huang, mathematics

For more information, please contact Leigh Dooley ldooley@hawaii.edu.

International Conference for Media in Education (ICoME) logo.

Present to An International Audience This Summer

Ready to present your ideas to an international audience without the hassle of traveling?

TCC Hawaii cordially invites you to submit a proposal for ICoME 2022 to be held online on August 3-4, Hawaii time. 

https://2022.icome.education/call-for-proposals/

ICoME, the International Conference for Media in Education, is an annual conference for faculty and graduate student researchers to share their work, collaborate, and network. All sessions are conducted in English in order to provide everyone an opportunity to gain language proficiency and communicate across cultures. This online conference will feature roundtable (student) and concurrent sessions (faculty, other researchers) and requires a short paper according to the templates provided. This year’s theme is “Movin’ On with E-Learning
— Today, Tomorrow & the Future”

A proposal, in the form of an abstract, is submitted for acceptance prior to completing a paper. To submit your proposal, access the form on the conference website.

Submission Form: https://2022.icome.education/templates/submissions/

Paper Templates: Download the roundtable and concurrent paper templates.https://bit.ly/icome2022templates

For more information, please contact Bert Kimura <bert@hawaii.edu>. We look forward to receiving your proposals. 

– Bert Kimura, Curtis Ho, Kitty Hino (ICoME 2022 Online Conference Coordinators)


Conference schedule & important dates*

  • 16 May: Deadline for abstract submission (Concurrent Sessions)
  • 25 May: Send acceptances to concurrent session presenters
  • 25 May: Deadline for abstract submission (Roundtable Sessions)
  • 1 June: Send acceptances to roundtable session presenters
  • 30 June: Deadline for the paper submissions (All Sessions)
  • 1 July: Registration deadline
  • 20 July: Program Announcement (all sessions, keynotes, and event)
  • 3-4 August: Online Conference

*Subject to change