|Professional Development - Spring 2006: Saturday, January 21st|
Discussion topics will include creating student learning outcomes for the four-course series, aligning and sequencing course curriculum reflecting increase in course units; furnishings and equipment for the ASL lab in the Communication Arts Building, and the role of the American Sign Language Association in supporting discipline projects and activities. In-service activities will include training in writing student learning outcomes.
Geology & Natural History of the Southern Anza-Borrego Desert-Part 2
This is a follow up workshop for those participants of part I who choose to camp out Friday night. This 3-hour session will involve a 3-mile round trip hike into the colorful and geologically interesting Canyon Sin Nombre. This canyon has developed in conjunction with movement along the Elsinore Fault, which has uplifted and deeply folded rocks along the northern margin of the Coyote Mountains. As we walk down the canyon, participants will gain hands on experience in identifying common rocks, minerals, and desert plants, and will have the opportunity to explore a deeply incised “slot” cut into the alluvium adjacent the main canyon. Please contact Michael Wangler; email@example.com (619) 660-4511. Pre-registration required by Thursday, January 19th at 5:00 p.m. Maximum participants 25.
Personal Development Instructor Retreat
This session is for personal development instructors. Bring your creative ideas for teaching personal development and challenges for discussion.