This is our 4th discussion on the book “Redesigning America’s Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success”
Starting February 9th we will have two in-person morning coffee talk meetings bi-weekly for every chapter of the book.
If you cannot make the in-person meetings, you can also provide your feedback and thoughts right here on the PD Blog. Just click on “Reimagine Palomar” in the menu and you will see all posts associated with this discussion.
If you cannot make the in-person meetings, but would like to talk about the book with others, please feel free to set-up other times! You can suggest alternative meeting times by commenting on this post and anyone who is available can reach out to you and join you for a conversation.
The Nuts and Bolts of teaching at Palomar PD workshop was held on Tuesday 1/24 from 5-8pm.
Here’s the important information from the workshop:
Take a look at these awesome learning events planned for this spring! We hope you will join us.
Faculty can register by adding the workshop to your PD contract. Staff and Admin, please fill out the registration form at: http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/pd/staff-and-administrators/
We are excited to announce a campus-wide book club for the Spring 2017! We will be reading and discussing the book “Redesigning America’s Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success”. We hope the entire college will join in this important conversation on how we can increase student success at Palomar.
A big thank you to Student Success and Equity for purchasing 850 books! You can pick up a copy of the book at Spring Plenary, at the Instruction Office (AA-104), or the PD Office (NS-129).
We will be having chapters discussion bi-weekly and you can also participate in the conversations by visiting the chapter blog posts on the PD blog.
Please print out the following document which includes the schedule of coffee talks, as well as, helpful reading guides for each chapter.
Hello Everyone! Did you know there was a bill passed focused on ensuring California Community Colleges were providing Professional Development for all employees, not just faculty? Although Palomar has always believed in providing learning for all employees it is now time to make this official. We are currently working on an adjustment to our governance structure to blend the Professional Development Advisory Board and the Staff Development and Training Committee.
Here is a short presentation on the history of this change and a possible plan of action:
Here is the possible governance structure for the new Professional Development Committee:
If you have questions, comments, or concerns please comment to this post or you can add comments directly to the Google Slide presentation and documents above (just open them in Google Drive).
Live webinar Wednesday September 28th, 5pm
Have you heard of the Comet Information Exchange, or what we refer to as the CIE? Do you know what it is and why we created it? In this live webinar, Dean Shayla Sivert and myself (Kelly Falcone) will explain the history of the CIE and give you the opportunity to ask us questions about it or give us some constructive feedback. We hope to “see” you live on Wednesday at 5:00pm!
If you have questions during the webinar please post comments in Youtube, or on the PD Blog.