Your CETL team put together a robust agenda specifically for adjunct faculty on Saturday, August 3rd on the Clearwater campus in the new ES building. Only 100 slots were available for this forum, but others will be held throughout the upcoming school year. Scroll down to see all the fun and keep an eye out […]
St. Petersburg College in partnership with
The Poynter Institute presents Writing with Integrity from Noise to Knowledge: Making the Transition across Disciplines – Agenda
Wednesday, May 29 videos courtesy of Stephen McFadden
9:00 Welcome: Dr. Rich Mercadante, SPC
FGO Senate President
9:15-10:30 Keynote speaker […]
and the SPC Critical Thinking Institute hosted Narrowing the Gulf April 4 & 5 at the EpiCenter. The theme of the 14th Annual Conference focused on Underrepresented Students to Postsecondary Education and featured keynote speaker Florida Association on Higher Education and Disability
A team from St. Petersburg College recently attended the 2012 International Conference for Academic Integrity February 26th – 28th in San Antonio, TX, sponsored by the
. International Center for Academic Integrity
The group’s mission – uncover leading developments in the area of teaching and modeling integrity in research […]
The Moving the Needle min-conference was held on Seminole campus this past Saturday, Nov. 17th from 9 am – 2 pm. Moving the Needle Program
The focus was on student success initiatives at SPC, including the College Experience and Achieving the Dream.
, […] Dr. Dan Gardner
World Music Exploration by Joe Terrana photo by Amy Kelley
From Angel to Student Affairs,
SPC All College Day 2012, Oct. 23 at Clearwater, touched on all the different aspects of higher education that make our jobs […]
More on the Fall Critical Thinking Institute for Teaching and Learning, held on Fri. Oct 5th, and how to include critical thinking in all of our classes.
The Fall Critical Thinking Institute for Teaching and Learning, held on Fri. Oct 5th, covered how to include critical thinking in all of our classes.
At first glance, a Course of Record can seem all prescribed presentations and assignments, but they can be very creative as well.