Thinking about implementing a high impact practice into your course? Wishing you had support from faculty colleagues who have already implemented a high impact practice? If you answered “yes” to these questions, please consider applying for the 2016 Summer Institute: Growing a High Impact Culture through Course Redesign, sponsored by Title III: Building a Culture of Engagement and Success and the Teaching and Creativity Center. Participants in this summer’s institute will focus on one of the following high impact practices:
* collaborative learning
* service learning
* learning communities
The Institute, hosted on MCC’s Brighton Campus during July 25th-28th, 2016, is a paid professional development opportunity open to full-time and adjunct faculty from all departments. The four-day institute will utilize integrative course design techniques to support instructors as they redesign one of their Fall 2016 courses to include a high impact practice. The Institute will feature a mix of workshops, small group discussions, guided individual worktime, and one-on-one coaching sessions.
Participants will receive a $1000 stipend for attending all 4 days of the institute. Applications will be available on the TCC website at https://web.monroecc.edu/tcc/
> . The application deadline is Tuesday, April 5.
Please see the attached flyer and contact Alison Albright, High Impact Practices Specialist, at <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
> or x3182; or Renee Dimino, Institute Director, at <mailto:email@example.com
> or x1681 for any questions or for further information.