College Wide - October 13 | GCTC

College Wide

Agenda

8:15 a.m.

Networking

 

Welcome/New Employees/Internal Changes/Retirements

Development Fund Raising

Budget Update

Enrollment Updated and New Scholarship Announcement  

Healthy@Work Update

M&O Ticketing Update

20 Year Anniversary Time Capsule

10:20 a.m.

Break

10:35 a.m.

Open Enrollment

 

Mental Health America:

An Introduction to Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation 

12:15 p.m.

Lunch (Provided by Barnes & Noble) 

 

Chair Massages provided by The Massage Clinic by Gateway

1:20 p.m.

Professional Development Session One

2:20 p.m.

Professional Development Session Two
3:20 p.m.

Staff Council Meeting

3:30 p.m.

Department Meetings as Called


Professional Development Session One - 1:20 p.m.

Presented by St. Elizabeth EAB

Are you both caring for you children and your aging parents? If so, you are part of the "Sandwich Generation."

St. Elizabeth EAP will lead a session on ways to cope when you are part of the Sandwich Generation.

Presented by Dr. Kerri McKenna

Faculty will begin working on their Promotion Portfolios with the help of Dr. Keri McKenna.

**This session is only for faculty currently working toward promotion.

Presented by Amy Hatfield

Are you ready to have some fun?

Participants will learn more about your fellow session attendees.

Presented by Deanna Boone, Account Service Manger, KEHP

If you are enrolled in KEHP medical plan, did you know there are other benefits you can access?

Join representatives from Anthem and learn about additional benefits we receive through KEHP. 

Presented by Pat Rickert

The workshop promotes safety awareness for the workplace and home in the context of common hand tools and power tools.  The session explores testing criteria for safety glasses, grounded and double-insulated power tools, guard adjustments and ring testing for bench grinders, socket selection and wrench techniques, striking tool selection, and category ratings for hand-held electrical test meters.

Presented by Kim Demling, LivingWell

Join LivingWell representative, Kim Demling, and learn how to maximize your benefits and use of the LivingWell/WebMD website to be a healthier you.

Presented by Elizabeth Hartlaub

Learn about Open Education Recourses (OER) at Gateway. In this session your will learn:​

  • Learn to navigate the EBSCO Faculty Select Database 
  • Find and refer to the KCTCS Copyright Library Guide. 
  • Gain awareness of the OER landscape and what classes currently use OER at Gateways

Presented by Steve Popple & Denise Fritsch

Participants will get an update on Gateway's strategic planning. Participants will view internal and external data concerning Gateway so they can provide feedback on areas of concern, importance, and necessity.

Participants will also see labor market data in context related to Gateway so they can provide feedback on potential areas of focus.

Presented by Steve McGuire

An accurate gradebook keeps everyone happy and helps avoid grade challenges.

Participants will learn to properly navigate and setup a gradebook in Blackboard Ultra. Participants will be able to view the grading process from assignment submission to students seeing feedback so that surprises can be avoided.

Presented by Matt Bunning

Participants will learn skills and technics to verbally de-escalate persons who may be agitated, angry, or irrational.

Presented by Dave Schoenling

Participants will learn to confidently navigate TEAMS and properly manage a TEAMS meeting and participants.


Professional Development Two - 2:20 p.m.

Presented by Sharon Down

Participants will discuss best classroom practices ideas during COVID.

Presented by St. Elizabeth EAB

Are you both caring for you children and your aging parents? If so, you are part of the "Sandwich Generation."

St. Elizabeth EAP will lead a session on ways to cope when you are part of the Sandwich Generation.

Presented by Brandon Schoborg

An overview of "Stop the Bleed" kits that are going to be strategically placed around the Gateway campuses. Participants will also learn hemorrhage control techniques, including tourniquet application.

Presented by Deanna Boone, Account Service Manger, KEHP

If you are enrolled in KEHP medical plan, did you know there are other benefits you can access?

Join representatives from Anthem and learn about additional benefits we receive through KEHP. 

Presented by Rodney Foltz & Tim Nohl

Participants will learn what the warning lights on the dash of their vehicle mean and how to perform basic vehicle checks such as fluids and tire pressure.

Presented by Kim Demling, LivingWell

Join LivingWell representative, Kim Demling, and learn how to maximize your benefits and use of the LivingWell/WebMD website to be a healthier you.

Presented by Elizabeth Hartlaub

Learn about Open Education Recourses (OER) at Gateway. In this session your will learn:​

  • Learn to navigate the EBSCO Faculty Select Database 
  • Find and refer to the KCTCS Copyright Library Guide. 
  • Gain awareness of the OER landscape and what classes currently use OER at Gateways

Presented by Dr. Kerri McKenna

Join Dr. Kerri McKenna in a roundtable format as participants share real experiences they have encountered and discuss alternate/better ways of handling situations in our offices and classroom.

Presented by Steve Popple & Denise Fritsch

Participants will get an update on Gateway's strategic planning. Participants will view internal and external data concerning Gateway so they can provide feedback on areas of concern, importance, and necessity.

Participants will also see labor market data in context related to Gateway so they can provide feedback on potential areas of focus.

Presented by Matt Bunning

Participants will learn skills and technics to verbally de-escalate persons who may be agitated, angry, or irrational.

Presented by Dave Schoenling

Participants will learn to confidently navigate TEAMS and properly manage a TEAMS meeting and participants.

Register for your sessions now.