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PLC Meetings

2016-17 Professional Development for new COLLEGE NOW articulations

Professional Learning Community (PLC) Meetings will be held March through June 2016-17 for new COLLEGE NOW articulations and prospective teachers.

Funding is available through the Southern Promise Grant to pay instructors for their attendance; details to be released in the near future.

Upcoming Dates:

Department Campus of PLC location Date/time
Science  Medford Riverside Campus HEC-320  April 28 (12-3)
Graphic Design (GD prefix courses) Riverside Campus (Medford)RVC-B16 Mac lab

April 28 (9-3) 

Career and Guidance Table Rock Campus, RM122 May 22 8am-noon
Computer Science (CS120) Central Medford High School Julimarie Thomas' room May 8, 1-4pm
Mathematics (MTH63 and MTH96) TBD will be arranged individually with interested faculty
CPR/First Aid Instructor Course, Riverside Campus (Medford) June 17
Spanish Redwood Campus (Grants Pass) May 19, noon to 3
Blackboard Training Riverside Medford Campus B-15 May 12, noon-3pm


Teachers interested in attending these PLC meetings should submit an RSVP as soon as possible.

About Professional Learning Communities
RCC will be hosting a variety of professional learning days for dual credit teachers starting in March. We have been discussing and preparing for the identified trainings for two years through the Southern Promise Funding. The workshops will support secondary teachers in creating course outlines, aligning objectives, working through questions or concerns and determining appropriate assessment tools.
Through this collaboration, new COLLEGE NOW articulations will be started and developed, with the goal of expanding dual credit opportunities for students in targeted courses.
We are also working on a day-long workshop for teachers at the secondary level who need training on our online course platform (Blackboard). With the increased use of RCCs online course shells to offer dual credit, this training is important for dual credit teachers.
Districts may opt to use Southern Promise funding to support teachers who are interested in attending these workshops.