With all the talented teachers and staff at GCC, we know there is wealth of information and best practices to share. From policies to assignments, building rapport and creating classroom communities…we want to hear about what works and how you make your class and interactions with students stronger. Please share your expertise!
Every tip, trick or idea you share will be an entry into the T & L site raffle for the month of March. We will be giving away practical and much sought after prizes like vouchers for the café and gift cards for the bookstore every week. Don’t miss out!
Use the form provided at the T & L site or at this link http://www.gcc.mass.edu/professional-development/faculty-staff-best-practices/. Keep your entry to 150 words or less. We’ll post the entries on the site according to category along with your name and department—you’ll be famous before you know it!
There are other ways besides our contest to share your expertise. Consider presenting at a conference. Last month’s T & L post dealt with how to write a conference proposal and tips for getting it accepted (you can access this post from the left hand menu or using the search tool at the site). Attending a conference and bringing back new ideas and fresh perspectives to share with your colleagues and our students is valuable to the GCC community. Plus, there is professional development money available to help cover costs–just contact Judi Greene-Corvee for more information.