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KCKCC's Faculty Support

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A faculty support and development podcast designed around the needs of a diverse, urban, midwestern community college: We promote educational technology in the development of an active/ participatory learning curriculum.

Latest Episodes

Episode 12: KCPDC Master teacher info

Dr. Rob Flaherty gives us the low-down on the Master teacher retreat coming up the first weekend in April 2009. Podcast begins with 30 second summary, then follows with: description/ definition of terms, goals, requirements and the payoff (benefits) to the individuals and the schools that send them. Approximately 3 1/2 minutes long.

3 MIN2009 FEB 13
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Episode 12: KCPDC Master teacher info

NCSPOD GIFT #3: web 2.0

My last 8 min. "session" - and again it's different. Audience participation brought focus more to the philosophy of Web 2.0, and a great idea is shared from a Professional developer, Dr. Page Wolf, on Recognizing Faculty. Again, see the blog at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html

6 MIN2008 NOV 18
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NCSPOD GIFT #3: web 2.0

NCSPOD GIFT on Web 2.0: #2

My 2nd 8 min. "session" - and despite the same goal and content, it's different. The audience started with a question and new themes within the topic got attention such as: ESL/ international students, the Gutenberg project, wikis and free short story audio available on the web. Again, see the blog at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html

8 MIN2008 NOV 18
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NCSPOD GIFT on Web 2.0: #2

NCSPOD GIFT session #1

Greg presented a GIFT (great ideas for teaching/training) session on Web 2.0 Applications at an international conference. The unique format of the sessions(multiple condensed 8 minute presentations repeated for changing audiences) offers an idea for teaching in itself, and posting the "same" content multiple times allows us to critique his presentation and see how it evolved. See blog post for further details at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html .

9 MIN2008 NOV 18
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NCSPOD GIFT session #1

KCKCC Police Department Part 2: Mission

Here Police Chief Schneider discusses the mission of the Department, the importance of community, and the meaning of community policing.

7 MIN2008 JUL 16
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KCKCC Police Department Part 2: Mission

KCKCC Police Dept: Part 1

In this episode we talk with Police Chief Gregg Schneider and learn 1) why new hires need to check in and talk with campus police 2) the difference between "security" and a real police department and 3) the services the KCKCC Police Department offers - how they can help.

8 MIN2008 JUL 16
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KCKCC Police Dept: Part 1

The Writing Center

Introduction. The role, purpose and philosophy of the KCKCC Writing Center (WC) including: hours, location and a description of what they do with students.

9 MIN2008 JUN 25
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The Writing Center

Tasha Haas on AWP Conference

In this episode we interview Tasha Haas and learn about her recent trip to the Association of Writing Programs Conference in NY, where networked with professionals in creative writing. We discuss applications for the composition classroom and what she learned.

8 MIN2008 APR 30
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Tasha Haas on AWP Conference

Judy Ingrasin Interview

Judy is using Tegrity to video cast lectures to an on ground class that meets face to face. Using solid pedagogy and cutting edge technology she's had dramatic sucess despite initial concerns from her students. She's covering more content online and making class time more student centered and active. Lectures are shorter and more efficent, classes are more fun and test scores have gone up.

12 MIN2008 MAR 19
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Judy Ingrasin Interview

Dr. Ventello on Racism

In this episode we interview Dr. Gregg Ventello, who presented a symposium on Race, Terrorism and Black Resistance. Gregg gives us a brief summary of his paper, and talks briefly about how and why he got interested in the topic, why it's relevant, and what America's rich and turbulent racial heritage can teach us.

7 MIN2008 FEB 22
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Dr. Ventello on Racism

Latest Episodes

Episode 12: KCPDC Master teacher info

Dr. Rob Flaherty gives us the low-down on the Master teacher retreat coming up the first weekend in April 2009. Podcast begins with 30 second summary, then follows with: description/ definition of terms, goals, requirements and the payoff (benefits) to the individuals and the schools that send them. Approximately 3 1/2 minutes long.

3 MIN2009 FEB 13
Comments
Episode 12: KCPDC Master teacher info

NCSPOD GIFT #3: web 2.0

My last 8 min. "session" - and again it's different. Audience participation brought focus more to the philosophy of Web 2.0, and a great idea is shared from a Professional developer, Dr. Page Wolf, on Recognizing Faculty. Again, see the blog at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html

6 MIN2008 NOV 18
Comments
NCSPOD GIFT #3: web 2.0

NCSPOD GIFT on Web 2.0: #2

My 2nd 8 min. "session" - and despite the same goal and content, it's different. The audience started with a question and new themes within the topic got attention such as: ESL/ international students, the Gutenberg project, wikis and free short story audio available on the web. Again, see the blog at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html

8 MIN2008 NOV 18
Comments
NCSPOD GIFT on Web 2.0: #2

NCSPOD GIFT session #1

Greg presented a GIFT (great ideas for teaching/training) session on Web 2.0 Applications at an international conference. The unique format of the sessions(multiple condensed 8 minute presentations repeated for changing audiences) offers an idea for teaching in itself, and posting the "same" content multiple times allows us to critique his presentation and see how it evolved. See blog post for further details at http://kckccfacultysupport.blogspot.com/2008/11/web-20-controlling-message.html .

9 MIN2008 NOV 18
Comments
NCSPOD GIFT session #1

KCKCC Police Department Part 2: Mission

Here Police Chief Schneider discusses the mission of the Department, the importance of community, and the meaning of community policing.

7 MIN2008 JUL 16
Comments
KCKCC Police Department Part 2: Mission

KCKCC Police Dept: Part 1

In this episode we talk with Police Chief Gregg Schneider and learn 1) why new hires need to check in and talk with campus police 2) the difference between "security" and a real police department and 3) the services the KCKCC Police Department offers - how they can help.

8 MIN2008 JUL 16
Comments
KCKCC Police Dept: Part 1

The Writing Center

Introduction. The role, purpose and philosophy of the KCKCC Writing Center (WC) including: hours, location and a description of what they do with students.

9 MIN2008 JUN 25
Comments
The Writing Center

Tasha Haas on AWP Conference

In this episode we interview Tasha Haas and learn about her recent trip to the Association of Writing Programs Conference in NY, where networked with professionals in creative writing. We discuss applications for the composition classroom and what she learned.

8 MIN2008 APR 30
Comments
Tasha Haas on AWP Conference

Judy Ingrasin Interview

Judy is using Tegrity to video cast lectures to an on ground class that meets face to face. Using solid pedagogy and cutting edge technology she's had dramatic sucess despite initial concerns from her students. She's covering more content online and making class time more student centered and active. Lectures are shorter and more efficent, classes are more fun and test scores have gone up.

12 MIN2008 MAR 19
Comments
Judy Ingrasin Interview

Dr. Ventello on Racism

In this episode we interview Dr. Gregg Ventello, who presented a symposium on Race, Terrorism and Black Resistance. Gregg gives us a brief summary of his paper, and talks briefly about how and why he got interested in the topic, why it's relevant, and what America's rich and turbulent racial heritage can teach us.

7 MIN2008 FEB 22
Comments
Dr. Ventello on Racism