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An atmosphere of collaboration, collegiality, inclusivity, diversity, and recognition

Our mission is to facilitate an atmosphere of collaboration, collegiality, inclusivity, diversity, and recognition of peer excellence by providing space and resources for the SCC community to nurture teaching and learning strategies in support of student success.

The center offers events with one goal in mind: improving your work with students immediately. Look for the weekly email with more information about this week's programming.

Adjunct Faculty Support

All faculty and staff are welcome at all TLC events. Thanks to college support, adjunct faculty participation at TLC-sponsored events is supported with small stipends. Adjunct faculty earn a maximum quarterly stipend up to $175 (which allows for paid participation up to six TLC events, paid at the contract's non-instructional hourly rate of $26.88/hour).

To receive the stipend, all you need to do is complete a quarterly Affiliated Stipend form and sign in at each event. Stipends are paid at the end of the quarter, and the coordinator will contact all individuals eligible for stipends to confirm the amount near the end of the quarter. Please direct any questions to TLC coordinator Angela Rasmussen.
 

Upcoming Events at the Teaching and Learning Center

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Campus Development Day

Once a year SCC schedules an all-campus Development Day. This day has been set aside for professional development, and you should check with your department or division to see if plans are already in place.

If your schedule allows, join your colleagues at the TLC for topics and discussions around improving your work with students.

The schedule for the next Development Day is in the works, so please check back for more information.

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Nuts and Bolts of Course Design COACH Group

If you are interested in the basics of course building - from designing assignments to engaging learners - this series focuses on all aspects of course design, particularly assignments, outcomes and the classroom. Whether you are new faculty looking to create a new course, or experienced faculty hoping to refresh parts of an existing course, join your colleagues for conversations about the basics.

Faculty Resources

Student success is at the heart of the TLC's purpose -- supporting faculty work in the classroom through training and sharing best practices. As the center is newly established, some resources are in development. For more details, see the Events Calendar.

Additionally, online resources on a variety of topics are included below. If you have ideas or suggestions about future programming and faculty needs, please contact coordinator, Angela Rasmussen at 509-533-8011 or angela.rasmussen@scc.spokane.edu.