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Town Hall Meeting Thursday at MC-Germantown

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Coffee With SALT: Join Us This Morning in the CT Building

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Educational Planning Workshop, Wednesday, Feb. 12

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Jaquira Diaz at Montgomery College, Germantown Campus, Feb. 19 at 11:30 a.m. in BE 151-152

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Exercise Is Medicine: Lunch and Learn


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All Are Invited to the College Council Meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 11

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Apply by March 10, 2020, for the Inaugural Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program

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For Your Reading Pleasure, the Hub Recommends ...

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Apply for the Nonprofit Leadership Boot Camp - Spring 2020 Cohort

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Passing of Professor Emerita Patricia Normile

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MC Asian-Pacific Islander Heritage Event Seeks Volunteers, April 28


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Cigna Free Webinar, Life After Work: Envisioning Retirement, Feb. 26

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Mindful Mondays Begin Feb. 3

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Poetry Open Mic, Saturday, Feb. 15

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As You Like It, Feb. 26-29, at the Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center

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New APA Citation Guidelines

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Peer Mentoring Available

Love of Teaching Conference April 25, 2020

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Category: Professional Development

Published: 2020-02-10 00:00:01.000

<p>Join us for the <strong>Fifth Annual </strong><em><b>Love of Teaching</b></em><strong> Conference</strong> on April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.! This year's theme is <em>Expanding</em> <em>the Circle: Deepening Our Love of Teaching through Culturally Responsive Teaching</em>. In this three-hour event, participants will be guided through an interactive problem-solving process based on the principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT). CRT involves using information about our students' backgrounds to tailor instruction in ways that increase their opportunities to succeed. Participants will discuss common problems they encounter in their teaching and then work in groups to apply CRT strategies to address those challenges.</p>
<p>To sign up: MC Learns&gt;Schedule of Classes and Events&gt;Diversity &amp; Multiculturalism&gt;Love of Teaching Conference (you will have to scroll, there are three pages)</p>
<p>Questions, please contact or</p>

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