Dec. 18th Professional Development Day/Holiday Luncheon

19 December 2013 08:30 AM till 04:00 PM

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Registration/Breakfast/Leadership Panel
Select this ticket if you plan on attending any of the events this day. This e-ticket will be used to confirm your registration. Please bring it with you the day of the event.
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11:00-11:45- Finding Useful Professional Development Opportunities with NC-NET & VLC
Presented by Jennifer Jones with the VLC The NC-NET & VLC was developed to promote quality teaching and learning in NC Community Colleges through a collaborative, statewide professional development system committed to sharing best practices, leveraging resources, and avoiding duplication. Register for this session to learn what they have to offer!
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11:00-11:45- Stress Management: Breathing/Relaxation/Yoga Techniques
Presented by Micki Freeze, owner of The Tree of Life Studio in Sanford Technically explore basic foundational Yoga postures, Breathing Techniques & Guided Visualization for Relaxation: Centering & Focus: 5 min Set Intention & Breathing Techniques •Three Part Breathing Warm Up: 10 min Seated Stretches & Core Warming Vinyasa: 15 minutes Technical Exploration of Sun Salutations Balance & Core Awareness: 5 minutes •Tree Pose Relaxation: 5 minutes Guided Visualization Savasana: 5 minutes Aromatherapy
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11:00-11:45- Nutritious Cooking & Healthy Living
Presented by Chef Gregg Hamm Finding energy in what you eat! Lecture on healthy cooking, live demo, and product sampling.
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11:00-11:45- Finding Grants
Presented by Richard Sullins from the VLC and Matt Van Hoose our Grants & Sponsored Program Coordinator Success with grants is all about preparation. In this session, we will talk about the types of projects that funders are looking to receive. Resources for finding “the next big thing” and how to go about researching for the kind of evidence now required of most grant proposals will be examined. Finally, we will share information on how to find funding for your grant project and how to make your preparation time most productive.
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11:00-11:45-Addressing REAL Diversity: Supporting Cognitive, Physical, and/or Mental Health Differences
Presented by Ellen Bland, Matthew Smith, and Holly Schofield This session will focus on providing an overview of psychological issues students can present in the classroom. The overview will include symptoms and behaviors, forming an alliance with student families, understanding psychotropic medications, assessment of dangerousness, dealing with other students' reactions and communications problems often encountered. Strategies for accommodation, support and management of challenging behaviors will be covered.
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11:00-11:45- Finding Open & Accessible Resources for Your Classrooms
Presented by Susanne Mistric with the VLC This session introduces the Open Education Resources movement with a focus on the benefits to instructors and students. In addition to the history of the movement, participants will learn about using Creative Commons licenses and about finding open educational resources, such as images and videos that are not only free, but also accessible.
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11:00-11:45- Etiquette Lessons for Professionals
Presented by Dr. Pamela Senegal
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11:00-11:45- Customer Service
Presented by Cathy Swindell This session defines "customer" in terms of being a customer service champion. Covers types of customers, mistakes made in the service chain, how teamwork plays into the role, and overview of success tips. Short case studies in small groups will help "hone" the customer service champions' skills.
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11:00-11:45- What Kind of Leader Are You?
Presented by Celia Hurley, Linda Scuiletti, Marcie Dishman, and Emily Hare This upbeat and interactive leadership session will provide an opportunity for all participants to explore their leadership styles and professional strengths as well as learn about the leadership styles and strengths of others. During the session, participants will discuss results of a leadership style survey, engage in a decision-making activity with those who are of the same style type, and obtain practical resources for enhancing their ability to lead.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Finding Useful Professional Development Opportunities with NC-NET & VLC
Presented by Jennifer Jones with the VLC The NC-NET & VLC was developed to promote quality teaching and learning in NC Community Colleges through a collaborative, statewide professional development system committed to sharing best practices, leveraging resources, and avoiding duplication. Register for this session to learn what they have to offer!
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Stress Management: Breathing/Relaxation/Yoga Techniques
Presented by Micki Freeze, owner of The Tree of Life Studio in Sanford Technically explore basic foundational Yoga postures, Breathing Techniques & Guided Visualization for Relaxation: Centering & Focus: 5 min Set Intention & Breathing Techniques •Three Part Breathing Warm Up: 10 min Seated Stretches & Core Warming Vinyasa: 15 minutes Technical Exploration of Sun Salutations Balance & Core Awareness: 5 minutes •Tree Pose Relaxation: 5 minutes Guided Visualization Savasana: 5 minutes Aromatherapy
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Nutritious Cooking & Healthy Living
Presented by Chef Gregg Hamm Finding energy in what you eat! Lecture on healthy cooking, live demo, and product sampling.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Finding Grants
Presented by Richard Sullins from the VLC and Matt Van Hoose our Grants & Sponsored Program Coordinator Success with grants is all about preparation. In this session, we will talk about the types of projects that funders are looking to receive. Resources for finding “the next big thing” and how to go about researching for the kind of evidence now required of most grant proposals will be examined. Finally, we will share information on how to find funding for your grant project and how to make your preparation time most productive.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45-Addressing REAL Diversity: Supporting Cognitive, Physical, and/or Mental Health Differences
Presented by Ellen Bland, Matthew Smith, and Holly Schofield This session will focus on providing an overview of psychological issues students can present in the classroom. The overview will include symptoms and behaviors, forming an alliance with student families, understanding psychotropic medications, assessment of dangerousness, dealing with other students' reactions and communications problems often encountered. Strategies for accommodation, support and management of challenging behaviors will be covered.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Finding Open & Accessible Resources for Your Classrooms
Presented by Susanne Mistric with the VLC This session introduces the Open Education Resources movement with a focus on the benefits to instructors and students. In addition to the history of the movement, participants will learn about using Creative Commons licenses and about finding open educational resources, such as images and videos that are not only free, but also accessible.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Etiquette Lessons for Professionals
Presented by Dr. Pamela Senegal
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- Customer Service
Presented by Cathy Swindell This session defines "customer" in terms of being a customer service champion. Covers types of customers, mistakes made in the service chain, how teamwork plays into the role, and overview of success tips. Short case studies in small groups will help "hone" the customer service champions' skills.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
12:00-12:45- What Kind of Leader Are You?
Presented by Celia Hurley, Linda Scuiletti, and Emily Hare This upbeat and interactive leadership session will provide an opportunity for all participants to explore their leadership styles and professional strengths as well as learn about the leadership styles and strengths of others. During the session, participants will discuss results of a leadership style survey, engage in a decision-making activity with those who are of the same style type, and obtain practical resources for enhancing their ability to lead.
Sale EndedN/A Free Free
       

Event Description

Cancellation Policy

If you would like to change sessions, please cancel the session you will not be attending, so all available space can be used.  To cancel, email Daisha Gaines at dgaines@cccc.edu.  Your entire order will be cancelled and will need to be rebooked.

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DEC
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19 December 2013

8:30 AM

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Location

CCCC- Civic/Fitness Buildings
1105 Kelly Dr
Sanford
NC
United States
27330

About the organizer

Daisha Gaines
Everyone will need to select the Registration/Breakfast ticket and then one session to attend from the 11:00-11:45 block and one additional session to attend from the 12:00-12:45 block.

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