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  Fall 2019 FLEX Day
Friday, August 23, 2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

SCHEDULE of ACTIVITIES
Time Event
7:30 - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast & Faculty Support Groups (outside of Sophia B. Clarke Theater)
8:00 - 10:00 am Opening Meeting (Sophia B. Clark Theater)
10:15 - 11:30 Session 1
11:45 am - 1:00 pm  Session 2
1:00 - 2:00 pm Academic Support/Tutoring/Student Services Fair & Lunch (Founders Hall Courtyard)
2:00 - 4:00 Department/Division Activities*

 *FLEX Day Activities end at 3:00 pm

SESSION 1
10:15  - 11:30  am
Let's Talk About the Evaluation Process
Change Your Students' Lives in the First Two Weeks of Class
Helping Students Get a Competitive Edge: Student Research Opportunities 
ASAC and SI and ET's--Oh, My! Navigating the Waters of Academic Support
Developing a Cross-Campus Approach to Addressing Basic Needs Insecurities
College President on the Student Centered Funding Formula
Regulations Update for SPOT Recertification
 Employing Culturally-Affirming Teaching and Learning Practices to Advance Institutional Equity
Let In My Own Words: Teaching and Learning about Depression between Students and Faculty
The Do's and Don'ts of Risk Management
Breaking the Classroom Expectation Through the Use of Modern Practices
Guided Forest Therapy at the Wildlife Sanctuary
Project Based Learning at the Mountie Makerspace
SESSION 2
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Let's Talk About the Evaluation Process
Transformative Change: The Equity Centered Syllabus
Mindful Professorships
Sexual Harassment Prevention & Title IX Training 
We Exist: Beyond the Binary
Monthly Mentor Meetings
Regulations Update for SPOT Recertification
Employing Culturally-Affirming Teaching and Learning Practices to Advance Institutional Equity
Helping Low-Income, First Generation College Students Succeed
Google Pro Tips: Tools and Strategies You Can Use Today
Disaster Service Worker Emergency Response Training 
Mt. SAC’s Behavior & Wellness Team: Guiding the Campus Community in Effectively Assessing and Addressing Concerning and/or Threatening Student Behavior