Faculty play a lead role in the success of our students.
Faculty members comprise 53 percent of employees in Washington state's 34 community and technical colleges (2014-15). The office of Assessment, Teaching, and Learning (ATL) offers a wide range of events designed to foster faculty success as they create significant learning experiences for students.
The statewide Assessment, Teaching and Learning Community (ATLC) includes educators, administrators, and institutional researchers — representing both two-year and four-year institutions in Washington — who provide campus leadership to strengthen teaching and learning through assessment and faculty development.
The 2020 ATL Conference scheduled for May 6-8, 2020, in Lynnwood WA has been cancelled. We are working on plans for an online alternative and will provide updates through the conference web page and our various communication channels as soon as details are available.
igkbet娱乐官网Pre-conference workshops, plenary sessions, and concurrent sessions will focus on the mindsets and practices that support faculty in creating equitable environments where all students learn deeply. Practitioners will have opportunities to explore the practical and tangible connections between completions, equity and Guided Pathways and their direct application in the daily work of teaching at the classroom level.
The 2021 ATL Conference will be held May 5-7, 2021, in Spokane WA.
The annual New Faculty Institute provides faculty who are new to a position, an institution, or the system opportunity to collaboratively explore the complexities of navigating a professional identity as a faculty member at a two-year college and cultivating a reflective teaching practice.
Offered three times a year, the Assessment, Teaching and Learning Retreats retreats serve faculty, staff and administrators tasked with developing and implementing professional development programs and learning outcomes assessment to promote and encourage student success.
Placement 360 offers cross-functional campus teams a yearlong mentorship opportunity to implement multiple measures on a broad scale to effectively, efficiently and equitably place students. This partnership with expert practitioners from our community and technical college system is funded by College Spark.
Find Out igkbet娱乐官网 ATL Events
- : Sign up to find out about upcoming conferences, retreats and other professional learning experiences.
- : Discuss curriculum and policy issues with mathematics colleagues (faculty and administrators).
- College System and SBCTC Calendar
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