Do you want to join a book discussion group, but worry you don’t have the time in to read the book during the fall semester? Are you in an employee group with professional development funds and you have a few dollars left this year? The CTEI is pleased to help! We will hold book discussion […]
You can learn about mentoring (and take a break from all that grading) on Thursday, May 2. See the flyer for more details. Colleague Development Registration Form
Transcript: I have had trouble finding how to delay delivery on email messages. That is because I usually use the web client. The desktop client makes that easy. Click New Email. Create it as usual. Select options at the top. Click Delay delivery. Set your options under “Do not deliver before.” Click close and then […]
On March 27, 2019 Gail Bock , the College’s VA Certifying Official, presented Student Veterans: HFC Services and Transition to the Classroom. She discussed adjustment issues some students have in the classroom and shared campus events and services such as job fairs for veterans and various outreach events with SVA (Student Veterans of America). She provided resources […]
On April 11 from 4 PM to 6 PM near the 5101 Restaurant the CTEI will offer a fun, fast-paced sessions called Hawk Strikes. Hawk Strikes give areas a chance to show off new curriculum, or new pedagogy in their areas. And you only have to present for 5 minutes. In fact we will insist […]
The CTEI now has social media where we will announce posts to CTEI Happenings and make session announcements. Twitter: @iteachhfc Instagram: iteachhfc Fortunately, iteachhfc was available on both platforms.
So, I thought pointing to the away-from-email-feature in Outlook might be topical since some teachers will not check email during spring break or might plan to check email less often. You can set Outlook to send a message to those who contact you so that they know when to expect a reply. I prefer the […]