Registration is required to attend; registration link is below.
Join moderator Camille Mustachio for a half-day workshop that will engage community college faculty, both full- and part-time, in a conversation about student success and completion, particularly to (a) identify issues, challenges, and concerns faculty have about the current focus on student completion; and (b) identify ways faculty – individually and in college-wide efforts – currently support student success, retention, and completion. Adapted from the League for Innovation in the Community College’s Faculty Voices
project, we will brainstorm in small groups to find emerging themes.
Registrants will attend a morning session with a working lunch. After the workshop, attendees will have access to a shared document outlining themes and suggestions discussed during both the morning session and working lunch for their review. Attendees then may choose to share back on their campuses to provide insight into faculty perceptions and thus help inform decisions made around topics such as tools and strategies for improving student learning and completion, faculty and staff professional development, college-wide initiatives related to student success and completion, and organizational structures that affect teaching and learning.
Who: Adjunct and Full-time Faculty
When: Friday, February 26, 2016
Where: Fredericksburg Campus at Germanna Virginia Community College–Science & Engineering Building and Information Commons Rooms 123 and 127.
Schedule: All session attendees will meet for a joint session working lunch from noon-1:00pm
- Session 1: 10:00am-12:00pm Moderated Conversations Group
- Working Lunch: 12:00pm-1:00 Roundtable Discussions