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Achieving One-College Through Innovation: Program Concept through Launch — This Workshop focuses on the successes of the new Entrepreneurship and Innovation Certificate Program. Learn how this program framework can be used by other faculty to develop their own college-wide programs and initiatives; specifically how faculty engaged and collaborated with college administrators, the HCC Foundation, students and community partners.

Presentation by Mary B. Kerly and Andrew M. Gold and Maggie Ponce

 


AFC -- WHAT'S IN FOR ME? — History of HCC-AFC Chapter. Benefits of becoming a member. AFC Leadership Opportunities Networking with the BIG 28, Florida Colleges

Presentation by LaFran D. Reddin

 


At the Table: 5 Leadership Success Secrets — In this workshop, Rosilyn shares leadership strategies for the leader on campus or anyone seeking a seat in the C-suite as CEO, COO, or CFO. Participants will learn secrets for leadership presence that goes from campus to corporate. Once you learn the language of executives, you can leverage the competency in any situation. -Dr. Roz - The HRMD

Presentation by Rosilyn Edwards Dickerson

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


College Success...a face to face dialog... — This workshop will be a face to face training session for faculty interested in teaching SLS 1501 (College Success) conducted by SLS faculty and program manager at the Dale Mabry campus, Darryl Myles.

Presentation by Darryl S. Myles

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


Helping Students Help Themselves:Strategies for Encouraging Healthy Habits. — This session will focus on the many physical needs of our students to be successful in Math and Science courses including proper diet, sleep, Study habits, and time management. Classroom Strategis to facilitate healthy student habits will be explored.

Presentation by Dr. Moheb F. Ishak

 


Helping Students to Persist by Deans Behrens and Wysong — This workshop is for all instructors and administrators who want simple tips on what can be done to enhance the everyday success of the typical community college student.

Presentation by Dr. Scott E. Behrens

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


How To Keep The Fire Burning — This workshop is designed to not only inspire the faculty member of why they chose teaching, but to motivate them to become rededicated to the profession. It allows the faculty member freedom to discover that feelings of frustration and discouragement are not unusual. At the same time the experience will reinvigorate the call to teaching that was first encountered. Participants will walk away with a renewed commitment to being the best instructor that stands before students.

Presentation by Quincenia Bell

 


It's Time to Get R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D — The purpose of the R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D workshop is to help youth understand the importance of Reloading your Relationships, Environment, Language, Opportunity, Attitude, Decisions, Education, and Dreams. This is a powerful interactive workshop that will allow youth to connect with real life R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D. principles that can be used to help them accomplish their dreams and goals. It will incorporate music, skits, interactive mobile surveys, and live discussion.

Presentation by Dwight Gilmer

 


It's Time to Get R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D — The purpose of the R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D workshop is to help youth understand the importance of Reloading your Relationships, Environment, Language, Opportunity, Attitude, Decisions, Education, and Dreams. This is a powerful interactive workshop that will allow youth to connect with real life R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D. principles that can be used to help them accomplish their dreams and goals. It will incorporate music, skits, interactive mobile surveys, and live discussion.

Presentation by Dwight Gilmer

 


It's Time to Get R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D — The purpose of the R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D workshop is to help youth understand the importance of Reloading your Relationships, Environment, Language, Opportunity, Attitude, Decisions, Education, and Dreams. This is a powerful interactive workshop that will allow youth to connect with real life R.E.L.O.A.D.E.D. principles that can be used to help them accomplish their dreams and goals. It will incorporate music, skits, interactive mobile surveys, and live discussion.

Presentation by Dwight Gilmer

 


Learning Communities: More than a Community of Learners — This workshop will provide an overview of the working model for the development of sustainable Learning Communities at HCC. In short, a Learning Community creates a space for a cohort of students in 2 classes making interdisciplinary connections through the use of a shared syllabus, a global theme, and integrated assignments, among other things. Bring an idea, and bring a partner or just come out of curiosity!

Presentation by Stephen Johns

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


Outstanding Outcomes- 11 Business Principles that churn the laws of nature — Perfect for the collegiate crowd, this talk engages participants in the importance of building strong relationships, over-delivery, theming, marketing skills, niching & leveraged client loyalty; principles EVERY student should know coming out of college. Experiences are merged with stories, humor, high energy audience engagement and even balloon artistry to create one of the most unique presentations on business principles you'll ever witness.

Presentation by Jimmy Leo

 


Potential for a Student-Operated Animal Wellness Clinic — Many HCC programs provide real-life training for their vocational students in settings that simulate operational businesses. These operations providing leadership and business experiences for students are conducted as part of program courses, commensurate with course outcomes and objectives. This workshop will provide a presentation and renew the discussion for another potential student-operated business conducted by the veterinary technology program centered around animal care and wellness.

Presentation by Dr. Vincent Centonze

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


Sustainability Across the Curriculum: Creating Stronger Pathways To Careers — Participate in a workshop to share and learn how HCC faculty is engaged in integrating sustainability across the curriculum. In addition, this workshop will focus on applying a whole systems thinking in designing course content that aligns well with existing learning outcomes or to create new learning objectives.

Presentation by Resham Shirsat

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 


The World@HCC: A Global Initative — This workshop will focus on introducing faculty to the college-wide initiative focused on internationalization. We see this workshop as a place for dialogue about the world beyond us and a place to foster and engage community participation. We will introduce our initiative and speak about its launch this semester, addressing the specific features of the launch. Our hope is to invite interest and to build on the start of what we see as a valuable and necessary initiative here at HCC.

Presentation by Dr. Suzanne M. Lynch

Concurrent Sessions: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.