This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
What Is the Best Teaching Advice I Ever Received?

Presentation date: Jan. 23, 2023, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: teaching812.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
What Are Three Calendar Hacks Faculty Can Use to Avoid Stress and Burnout?

Presentation date: Dec. 5, 2022, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: calendar12.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
How Can I Be My Own Instructional Designer?

Presentation date: Nov. 28, 2022, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: designer48.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.

Learning Renewal Trauma Series

ICCB, in partnership with ICSPS, is offering a four-part trauma series, presented by the Illinois Collaboration on Youth (ICOY) as part of Learning Renewal professional development events. The sessions address the impact of trauma, the relationship between culture and trauma, vicarious trauma and trauma informed supervision.

While this series was developed as part of Learning Renewal support, the information will be relevant to all college faculty, staff and administration.

Sessions will be held on the following dates from 10:30 a.m.-noon. Registration is required for each session.

Nov. 30 – Impact of Trauma

Understanding the impact of trauma on the development of the brain and learning response strategies to build resilient youth and families. The trainers will cover adolescent development, childhood trauma, and resilience and recovery.

Register for Impact of Trauma

Dec. 7 – Culture and Trauma

Trauma has context. That context oftentimes has cultural and historical roots. The training will explore the relationship between trauma and culture by looking specifically at populations who are at high risk for experiencing trauma. Participants will also learn about the ways power and oppression impact trauma and access to resources. Lastly, participants will learn about the resilience and protective factors these communities have built to combat trauma.

Register for Culture and Trauma

Dec. 14 – Vicarious Trauma

This training addresses trauma and its impact on those in caring professions. Participants will discuss the “caring traumas” and learn how to identify and address the signs and symptoms of each. Additionally, participants will contextualize these concepts by examining the systemic issues that can contribute to them. Finally, participants will learn about ways to address trauma and promote individual and organizational self-care.

Register for Vicarious Trauma

Jan. 25 – Trauma Informed Supervision

Designed for anyone who operates in a leadership/management capacity, this training helps professionals learn how to effectively manage and relate to individuals they supervise. Participants will learn to provide trauma informed supervision by learning about the way trauma can impact staff and recognizing signs of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma.

Register for Trauma Informed Supervision

Learning Renewal Trauma Series

ICCB, in partnership with ICSPS, is offering a four-part trauma series, presented by the Illinois Collaboration on Youth (ICOY) as part of Learning Renewal professional development events. The sessions address the impact of trauma, the relationship between culture and trauma, vicarious trauma and trauma informed supervision.

While this series was developed as part of Learning Renewal support, the information will be relevant to all college faculty, staff and administration.

Sessions will be held on the following dates from 10:30 a.m.-noon. Registration is required for each session.

Nov. 30 – Impact of Trauma

Understanding the impact of trauma on the development of the brain and learning response strategies to build resilient youth and families. The trainers will cover adolescent development, childhood trauma, and resilience and recovery.

Register for Impact of Trauma

Dec. 7 – Culture and Trauma

Trauma has context. That context oftentimes has cultural and historical roots. The training will explore the relationship between trauma and culture by looking specifically at populations who are at high risk for experiencing trauma. Participants will also learn about the ways power and oppression impact trauma and access to resources. Lastly, participants will learn about the resilience and protective factors these communities have built to combat trauma.

Register for Culture and Trauma

Dec. 14 – Vicarious Trauma

This training addresses trauma and its impact on those in caring professions. Participants will discuss the “caring traumas” and learn how to identify and address the signs and symptoms of each. Additionally, participants will contextualize these concepts by examining the systemic issues that can contribute to them. Finally, participants will learn about ways to address trauma and promote individual and organizational self-care.

Register for Vicarious Trauma

Jan. 25 – Trauma Informed Supervision

Designed for anyone who operates in a leadership/management capacity, this training helps professionals learn how to effectively manage and relate to individuals they supervise. Participants will learn to provide trauma informed supervision by learning about the way trauma can impact staff and recognizing signs of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma.

Register for Trauma Informed Supervision

This week’s AIeL workshops

Improved Student Engagement With Canvas Studio

Tuesday, Nov. 15,2:30-3:30 p.m. in M2260
Barry Lamb, Instructional Designer
Register for Nov. 15 workshop

This session will provide an overview of Canvas Studio, the video learning platform integrated into LLCC’s Canvas system. Learn how Canvas Studio can engage students and support instructors, provide insightful viewing analytics, generate captions and help turn video and audio content into meaningful conversations, all from within Canvas. This session will also explore Canvas Studio’s more advanced features including embedded quizzing and integrated assignments utilizing Canvas Studio video. Leave this workshop with knowledge and resources to leverage this tool with your own students.​​​​​​​

Note: Faculty can receive one point toward their Training and Innovation professional development total for successful completion of this workshop.​​​​​​​

Canvas Open Lab

Wednesday, Nov. 16, 11 a.m.-noon in S0119 or Zoom Link for Open Lab
Andy Mitkos, Director, Academic Technology Systems and Support
Gary Bach, Instructional Technology Specialist

Attend the Canvas Open Lab and ask the AIeL team your Canvas questions and for any additional help with Canvas you may need. This Canvas Open Lab will be held both in-person and in a virtual format. Registration is not required for open labs.

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
What Brain-Based Techniques Can I Use to Engage Students During Class?

Presentation date: Nov. 14, 2022, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: techniques64.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
How Can I Create Authentic Engagement Through Feedback Dialogue?

Presentation date: Nov. 7, 2022, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: authentic73.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.

AIeL workshop on digital accessibility today, 2-3 p.m.

Digital Accessibility in Canvas: Quick Tips for Busy Profs

Monday, Nov. 7, 2-3 p.m. in M1174
Register for Digital Accessibility in Canvas

Barry Lamb, Instructional Designer
John Freml, Instructional Designer

Digital accessibility doesn’t have to be hard or overwhelming! In this session, we will continue the discussion on Universal Design by providing quick and easy strategies to ensure that course materials that you host on Canvas are universally accessible and ADA compliant. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss particular issues and concerns and shape the conversation, but possible topics may include: utilizing the accessibility checker in the Canvas Rich Content Editor, interpreting Ally accessibility reports, proper use of heading styles, best practices when creating hyperlinks, alt text for images, how to make tables accessible, color contrast issues, considerations for Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF documents, and captions and audio descriptions for videos.

Note: Faculty can receive one point toward their Training and Innovation professional development total for successful completion of this workshop.

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor from AIEL

This week’s Monday Morning Mentor topic from Magna Publications:
How Can I Spark Conversation in the Classroom?

Presentation date: Oct. 31, 2022, and on-demand for one week
View the presentation and access the transcript, handouts and supplemental material: https://mondaymorningmentors.com.

NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: conversation95.

Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.