Workshops & Training
Spring 2019 Schedule
|4/10||3pm - 4pm||"Appy Hour" - Accessibility Tools. - presented by the AIDE Staff. One way to #OpenBHCCBoston is to make our on-ground and virtual classrooms accessible and inclusive for all students. In this "Appy Hour" we'll show you how to use a number of creative new tools designed to support students through all kinds and types of learning. Location: E230|
|4/19||1pm - 2:30pm||
Community Engaged Teaching & Learning at BHCC - presented by Danielle Leek and Meghan Callaghan.
This workshop is designed for faculty to explore the opportunities and resources available at BHCC to bring community engagement to their classrooms. After exploring the different types of community engaged practices, participants engage in a mini-course design process that highlights key features of a successful engaged classroom. Participants will also be invited to discuss the benefits of community engaged teaching for student learning. This workshop is appropriate for novice and advanced community engaged faculty.
This is a paid professional development opportunity for BHCC Faculty. Location: Innovation Lab (E230)
|4/25||1pm - 2:30 pm||
Designing for Accessibility: Using an Accessibility Checklist – Webinar (rescheduled from April 4) - Facilitated by Janelle Heideman, BHCC Instructional Designer. In association with Academic Innovation and Distance Education, BHCC Instructional Designer, Janelle Heideman, has developed a checklist for assuring virtual class spaces are accessible. This webinar will expose participants to the accessibility checklist. Examples of typical online accessibility issues will be discussed, and solutions to issues identified with the checklist will be determined. This is a paid professional development opportunity. Register online
|4/26||3pm - 4pm||"Appy Hour" - Design Tools - presented by the AIDE Staff. This "Appy Hour" is for all who want to create basic graphics for yourself or your classroom! Come get introduced to tools like Canva and Stencil and learn how to make calendars, flyers, and more - all with your own signature design.|
|4/30||1pm - 2:30pm||
Idea Workshop: Civic and Community Engaged Teaching in the City - Presented by: Danielle Leek, Director of Academic Innovation & Distance Education and Meghan Callaghan, Coordinator of Community Engagement.
This webinar is designed for college and university faculty teaching in major metropolitan areas. In this session, the facilitators present a framework for thinking through the challenges and opportunities of developing community and service learning courses in an urban setting. Webinar participants are invited to join in brainstorming student learning outcomes and course activities that inspire understanding about the civic practices circulating in a large city.
This is a paid professional development opportunity for BHCC faculty. Faculty and community engagement professionals from any college or university are invited to attend. Registration is required.
If you have questions about our trainings, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to our training series AIDE offers tailored, one-on-one support for faculty and staff who want to learn more about strategies for effective teaching and learning. If you have questions about teaching, or want to try one of our new digital tools, feel free to reach out to schedule an appointment. Send us an email at: email@example.com.