The Center for Teaching and Learning provides a robust schedule of events, workshops, trainings, and other offerings to meet the learning and development needs of all Sinclair faculty and staff. Sorted by month, they are alos organized by Type and Bucket to help you select what is best for you! The Forum, (pictured here) located in Building 14, Room 14-101, is one of the rooms used for professional development sessions and events.
This is the track of professional development sessions for Sinclair's College Credit Plus (CCP) faculty members. It consists of live sessions & on-demand webinars, offered through Sinclair’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), the Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) & the Ohio College Teaching Consortium (OCTC). Complete one session in each category: Diversity/Equity/Inclusion, Teaching Strategies and Self-Care to finish the track.
Sinclair's learning management system is called eLearn, powered by Desire 2 Learn. Register for a face-to-face workshop that will get you started teaching and developing with this powerful tool.
Sinclair Community College faculty have a multitude of professional development options ranging from individual workshops, entire tracks on a topic, webinars, guest presenters and Lilly Conference recorded presentations. We hope you will find sessions that fit into your schedule and meet your goals in growing professionally.
The Health Sciences Division is fortunate to have a variety of technology that can be used in classes to help our students succeed. This technology includes our Simulation Center, Anatomage Lab, Video Capture System and more. For the Spring 23 term, the Health Sciences Division, through the Center for Teaching and Learning, will be providing a series of hands on learning workshops to provide Health Sciences faculty and staff the option to learn and experiment with the technology to develop skills needed to integrate a new learning experience into their course for the upcoming academic year (23/24). You do NOT need to register for all workshops. Please join us for one or more of our topics.
Online discussion sessions open to all Sinclair faculty and staff. Discussions usually require that you read an article, book or watch a video or movie before the session. Staff must get permission from their supervisor to attend any sessions offered during work hours.
Sessions open to all Sinclair faculty and staff. Staff must get permission from their supervisor to attend any sessions offered during work hours.