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coach groups

current coach groups include:

book discussion group

all faculty, staff and administrators are welcome to join the group discussing one book each quarter. for fall, the book is the coddling of the american mind: how good intentions and bad ideas are setting up a generation for failure by g. lukianoff and j. haidt; winter’s book is why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?: and other conversations about race by beverly daniel tatum, and this spring, it will be factfulness: ten reasons we’re wrong about the world --and why things are better than you think by hans roling. a limited number of free books are available for participants.

tenure track faculty group

if you are tenure-track faculty scc, join a group to learn more about college processes, classroom issues and anything connected to student success. the facilitators are bill rambo and angela rasmussen.

the nuts and bolts of course design

if you are interested in the basics of course building - from designing assignments to engaging learners - this series focuses on all aspects of course design, particularly assignments, outcomes and the classroom. whether you are new faculty looking to create a new course, or experienced faculty hoping to refresh parts of an existing course, join your colleagues for conversations about the basics.

adjunct faculty group

this new group is designed specifically to support adjunct faculty at scc – both new and returning adjuncts are invited to participate. come with your questions, ideas, and concerns, or just to meet your fellow adjunct faculty members. facilitators: colette wanke and rabab nemri. 

coach group events and schedules are included in the weekly tlc email, and everyone is welcome to join coach learn more about the groups or to join, contact me or come to the first meeting of the quarter. unless otherwise noted, groups meet in 1-1219 (itv and zoom are available).