Faculty Professional Development

Announcements

New FPD page layout! To the left you will find a link to the FPD Events page which contains the FPD calendar, links to the FPD Contract System, and links to the different guides and forms you may need when presenting or attending an FPD event.

FPD Proposals for 2020-2021 Now Being Accepted
Dear colleagues,
You are invited to submit a proposal to the Faculty Professional Development committee for the 2020-2021 FPD program.  The program philosophy is to improve and maintain teaching and learning excellence and create a sense of community and lifelong learning.

Proposals will be accepted between now until March 3, 2020. 

Please click this link to access proposal form - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1b_I-9c18utF6MJiT2bBNAsZ-gOW4jas8y5C8u9BZRmo

 

FPD workshops, to help craft a solid proposal are being offered this month.  

Date

Time

Location

Facilitators

11/20/19

1:00 – 3:00 pm

BE 132

Dr. Zia Nisani and Ms. Tiesha Klundt

11/22/19

9:30 – 11:30 am

BE 132

Dr. Zia Nisani and Mr. John Wanko 

 

Faculty report greatest satisfaction when opportunities for participation and fellowship are present.  Your AVID colleagues are wonderful sources for ideas on how to incorporate these types of strategies into your presentation.

 Resources:
-        My.avid.org  (Log-in:  antelopevalleycollege@california.com   Password:  Success2019)
-        FPD guidelines: https://www.avc.edu/administration/organizations/fpd/documents

Let your creativity flow!

Sincerely,

Rosa Brambila Fuller, MS
Counselor/ Professor
Faculty Professional Development Committee (FPD) Chair
Law Scholars/Honor/AMT program Counselor
(661) 722-6300, ext. 6290
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Mission Statement

By adopting the Flexible Calendar Option, Antelope Valley College provides full-time and adjunct faculty members (both teaching and non-teaching) with time and opportunities for participating in professional development. Through a carefully designed program, we intend to address the needs of our institution as it continues to grow, explore current and innovative curriculum issues and classroom strategies, and offer faculty from different disciplines a chance to discuss and exchange ideas. The Flex Program offers growth by allowing faculty to be exposed to a variety of programs and workshops.

 

Last updated: November 19, 2019