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November 2014

NEFDC Fall Conference – Worcester

November 21

NEFDC Fall Conference, Worcester November 21

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PARCC 101 Information Session

November 13 @ 3:00pm - 4:00pm

If you are still wondering what PARCC is or are curious about what is happening now with PARCC, please join us for a PARCC 101 Information Session during November. Please RSVP for one of two dates! Thursday, 11/13, 3-4pm or Monday, 11/24, 12-1pm PARCC 101 Helping students transition from high school to college has received a lot of attention nation-wide as well as at the state and local level. For us in Massachusetts this have included the Partnership for Assessment of…

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NEEAN Fall Conference

November 7

NEEAN Fall Conference, Worcester   November 7

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Fall Advising Day

November 4

Tuesday, November 4     Advisor Training in the morning. No day classes or evening classes .

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October 2014

LAANE Fall Conference at Cape Cod CC

October 24
Cape Cod Community College

LAANE Fall Conference at Cape Cod CC Friday October 24th. Pathways from Access to Completion. Keynote: Panel Presentation—Needed more than ever: The Evolving role of Learning Support Centers. Click here for conference information. Contact Norman Beebe for more information about LAANE

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GCC Fall Professional Day

October 1

           Wednesday, October 1   No day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled October 1, 2014 Professional Day 8:00 – 8:45          Continental Breakfast 9:00 – 11:30        Review and Updates:  Guidance relating to issues of harassment, assault, and mandatory reporting – Pete Sennett 12:00 – 12:45     Lunch  & Pie Bake Off Contest in the Dining Commons 1:00 – 2:15          Workshops 2:30 – 4:00          Time for committees, work groups, peer groups, departments/programs to meet if desired WORKSHOP TOPICS: Instructional Technology workshop – Topic…

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September 2014

5th Annual New England Conference for Student Success at UMass

September 19 @ 8:00am - 5:00pm

Teaching for Student Success The demand for technological competencies is expanding in higher education. From blended and fully on-line classes, to flipped classes, MOOCs and SPOCs, instructors have a variety of options to consider. As the impact of technology increases, however, it also invites us to reconsider past and current practices. How do we know what really works to enhance student learning while maximizing accessibility and affordability in higher education? Which technologies are demonstrated to be effective? Are recently identified “high impact practices”…

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August 2014

Spring Advising Day, Tuesday, April 2

August 28 @ 8:00am - 5:00pm

         Advisor Training in the morning. No day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled

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3rd Annual Adjunct Faculty Dinner and Workshop

August 26 @ 4:30am - 7:30pm
Cohn Family Dinning Commons

Co-sponsored by the Greenfield Community College Professional Association (GCCPA) and the College. This evening will be an opportunity for new and returning adjunct faculty to interact with each other and department chairs, program coordinators and grouping deans over a delicious, light Mediterranean dinner with wine, beer and other beverages served. Dinner will be followed by a short program in which we hope to engage all in a productive conversation about what it means to be a member of the GCC…

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July 2014

Call for Proposals: 2014 New England Conference for Student Success “Teaching for Student Success”

July 11

2014 New England Conference for Student Success “Teaching for Student Success” Call for Proposals The University of Massachusetts Amherst will host the fifth annual New England Conference for Student Success on Friday, September 19, 2014. The program committee invites instructors, student affairs staff, practitioners and scholars to submit proposals for conference sessions. All submissions should emphasize promising practices or programs aimed at fostering student success. This year’s theme, “Teaching for Student Success,” focuses on best practices in teaching and learning.…

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