When working on your PD contract in eServices you will see the “save” button on each page to save any additions or revisions you have made to your contract. Since your contract is a work in progress please feel free to make changes as needed throughout the semester.
When you have completed a PD activity please be sure to confirm the completion of the activity by going to the last step of the PD contract in eServices and entering the completed hours, this confirms that you did in fact complete the activity. Hit “save changes” to save the activity.
For full-time faculty: When you have confirmed the completion of your required 72 hours in the final step of the contract you will then see a button that says “submit to PD”. By clicking on “submit to PD” you are completing the final step of your contract and confirming that you completed all required hours.
For part-time faculty: You will see the “submit to PD” button once you have completed and confirmed at least 1 hour of PD. Click the “submit to PD” once you have confirmed the completion of all of your eligible hours as determined by your teaching load. Your eligible hours are listed on your PD contract in eServices.
Although contracts are due at the end of the semester, if you have already completed your hours please go ahead and submit your contract to the PD Office, you do not have to wait until the end of the semester to submit your completed activities.
Do you have any questions? If so, please email the PD Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can comment below.
Have you heard of @ONE? You can earn PD hours for participating in @ONE sponsored training by using PD Code: #07
From the @ONE website: “The @ONE Project makes it easy for California Community College faculty and staff to learn about technology that will enhance student learning and success. @ONE’s programs provide training and online resources for free – or at a very low cost – thanks to funding from the California Community College Chancellor’s Office Telecommunication and Technology Infrastructure Program (TTIP).”
The start of a new school year is like the start of a new beginning.
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Our first PD activity for the 2014-2015 school year is a panel discussion on the “The Nuts and Bolts of Teaching at Palomar College” Or “Getting Ready for the First Day of Class (and Beyond)”. This workshop is being held on August 7th from 5-7pm in room MD-157.
Click here for information on the Nuts and Bolts workshop!
If you would like to get started on some PD hours we have 20 FREE spots available for Palomar faculty to attend the MSJC Academy next week.
o To register go to: https://sites.google.com/site/msjcacademy/fall-august-2014/fa14-schedule
o Want more info about the Academy? Watch this promotional video httpv://youtu.be/xcGqo6wH4yE
If you do attend the Academy please comment to this blog post and let us know what you learned!!!!
Getting Results is a PD course for community college educators focused on innovation, technology, the need to develop a community of learners, and how to use more active-learning and learner-centered instruction.
The course is available online at http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/
Is there a PD workshop you would like us to offer? Please comment to this post and let us know, we will do our best to try to include it in the list of PD opportunities.
Or, would you like to present a workshop? If so, please submit a request to present a workshop located under the “contact PD” page of the website.
We hope this website is both informational and allows for easy communication with the PD Office. Please feel free to comment to pages and/or posts if you have questions!