Where: Flying L Guest Ranch, Bandera, Texas
When: April 6-8th, 2018
What: This weekend retreat is an opportunity for full-time and adjunct faculty to examine in depth what calls them to teaching and how to be the best they can be. Costs are covered by ACC except for transportation, excursions, or personal incidentals.
Application Deadline: February 19th, 2018
In addition to having the privilege of teaching Psychology at Austin Community College, I am also a licensed therapist. In the context of counseling, I embrace Positive Psychology, which has had an enormous influence on my approach to teaching, and how I view each of my students.read more
Art Instructor David Thornberry recently led eight ACC Faculty members through the first session of the Fall Faculty Workshop Series entitled “The Creative Classroom.” The workshop, “Process Not Product: Instructional Approaches that Enhance Success,” demonstrated teaching strategies to help students cultivate self-efficacy and break down mental barriers to success.read more
Students majoring in Art at Austin Community College are showing work in this juried exhibition at the ACC Rio Grande Campus Kramer Gallery located at 1218 West Avenue, Austin, TX 78701.read more
WORKSHOPS & EVENTS
OCRA-DAY 4Starts: 9:00 AMEnds: February 23, 2018 - 1:00 PM
FCTL: FLC -- Globalizing CurriculumStarts: 9:30 AMEnds: February 23, 2018 - 12:30 PM
HLC 2101 confirmed
FCTL: Computerside ChatsStarts: 10:00 AMEnds: February 28, 2018 - 11:30 AM
Computerside Chats – Session 1b
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For more information about these events, including a schedule of all the sessions and a copy of the table of contents from this semester’s book, please visit www.austincc.edu/computersidechats.
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This event is brought to you by the The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL) at ACC. If you have any questions, please email FCTL@austincc.edu.
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