What's Happening at the CTC?
Our Theme for 2015-16
Teaching, Learning and Racial Justice is our theme for this year. Specifically:
- How can we, as a faculty, become more conscious of the cultural capital that students of color bring to the classroom?
- How can we craft pedagogical practices that recognize, affirm, and build on the cultural capital of all students?
- How might such intentional practice transform the learning of all of our students, and of us, as teachers, as well?
Coming right up...
Adjuncts Meet With the Dean
Mon. 5/2 Noon College Teaching Center
All adjuncts are invited to bring their questions and concerns for an informal conversation with Dean Carl Penziul.
Reading & Discussion Group
Wed. 5/4 Noon College Teaching Center
Continuing discussion of Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric, a multi-award winning book of prose, poetry and art, that illuminates the frequent disconnects between the races in the U.S. Reading & Discussion Group meets first Wednesday of the month.
Connecting, Collaborating and Celebrating the Art of Teaching Returns to TC3
Mark your calendar. The annual conference by and for community colleges is set for Friday, April 22, 2016, right here at TC3. We're excited to welcome Alfred E. Guy, Jr. as our keynote speaker.
Mentors & Partners Program
We are excited to welcome four new full-time faculty to our ranks this year. The first priority for our Professional Development Mentors & Partners program is to fund a Mentorship for each new full-time faculty member.