Would you like to learn more about MCC’s immigrant, refugee, and international students? This session will include teaching tips for working with this student population, ideas for better integrating these students into your class, and information about ESOL academic resources and global opportunities at MCC.
Join us Wednesday, September 12, from 5-6:30 in the Warshof Conference Center, Flynn Campus Center (Monroe B) for dinner and a workshop entitled Teaching the 21st Century Global Student. Check in begins at 4:45.
The Teaching and Creativity Center is pleased to invite you to the 2018-19 Suppers for Success. These workshops are held on the Brighton Campus three times per semester from 5 - 6:30 pm. Following dinner, MCC faculty and staff lead informative workshops. Presenters anticipate that some participants may need to arrive late or leave early. Events are free. Please register by Tuesday, 9/4.
Our schedule for this year includes:
September 12, Wednesday, Teaching the 21st Century Global student
October 15, Monday, The Purposeful Prof
November 13, Tuesday, Connecting the Dots
February 11, Monday, Designing Objective Rubrics
March 12, Tuesday, Great Ideas For Teaching (GIFTs)
April 10, Wednesday, How to Avoid Burnout
Learn more about the TCC: https://www.monroecc.edu/orga nizations/tcc/