The function of the Organizational Learning Committee is to research and plan learning and professional development opportunities for all ICC employees. Committee meetings are open to employees who share an interest in the committee’s work of professional development growth and development.
Complete the one-time activation process to be able to view 20-minute videos on all aspects of teaching.
This site is an online professional development tool for faculty. Use the questions for reflection and the links within each module as resources for self-assessment. Includes New Magna 20 Minute Mentor Commons. This online resource is available at no cost to all faculty and staff of ICC. Since 1972 Magna has been a leading provider of higher education professional development resources such as The Teaching Professor. Sign up today and boost your teaching & learning. Questions about 20 Minute Mentor should be directed to Janice Kinsinger at [email protected] or 694-5758 or Magna Commons Customer Service staff at 800-433-0499, ext 2.
A brief summary of the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education as compiled in a study supported by the American Association of Higher Education, the Education Commission of the States, and the Johnson Foundation.
The UnderStudy program is inspired by the role of the understudy in theater. Should you be unable to teach a class, an understudy is willing to take over. Understudies are willing to cover a class at times but play other primary roles at the college on a regular basis.
PDI offers a variety of computer and business effectiveness workshops to improve job skills and promote professional development. Workshop details and schedule can be found online at http://cce.icc.edu/pdi/. Contact [email protected] or (309) 694-5442 for ICC employee registration information.
Need workplace safety and environmental training? Tim Anderson, ICC Safety and Insurance Coordinator, has access to online training modules for a number of topics including blood borne pathogens, defensive driving, ergonomics, first aid, food handling and lab safety. An assortment of management/soft skills online modules are also available. For more information, please contact Tim Anderson, (309) 694-8911.
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