College Wide - August 2 | GCTC

College Wide

Agenda

8 a.m.

Networking

 

Coffee donated by Biggby Coffee

 

Water/Snacks by Barnes & Noble

8:30 a.m.

Welcome - Dr. Figueroa

9:30 a.m.

Keynote Speaker

10:15 a.m.

Break

10:30 a.m.

Breakout Session 1

11:30 a.m.

Breakout Session 2

12:20 p.m.

Lunch (on your own)

1:30 p.m.

Breakout Session 3

2:30 p.m.

Breakout Session 4
3:30 p.m.

Convening Center


Breakout Session 1 - 10:30 a.m.

Presented by Dave Welcher - St. Elizabeth EAP

This course covers supervisory topics and is aimed at those who are in leadership roles. In it, you will learn the keys to effective leadership and the pillars to successful teamwork, as well as practical advice for enhancing employee engagement. Let our partners at St. Elizabeth help you take your leadership to new levels!

Presented by Katherine Hendy

Kentucky Employees Health Plan members, find out about your Wellness plan! We will review using the website and app, as well as how to use and link fitness devices to help you earn points and status levels (plus lots of free stuff too). Get rewarded for what you already do and challenge yourself to do even more!

Presented by Julie Thompson

All skill levels are welcome to this yoga class. Add some physical activity to your day with some basic yoga poses and learn more about the different kinds of yoga people practice. You’ll learn all about the physical and mental benefits of practicing yoga and get a taste of it for yourself!

Presented by Sarah Young

Do you know what to do when a student is in distress? Our students come to us with a variety of stressors, and as educators, we should be prepared to help reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives! Kognito is an interactive online simulation program that teaches us to identify warning signs; build skills for conversations with students; reduce stigma of mental distress; and understand Gateway’s process for student referral and counseling services.

Presented by Randy DeBerry

Nobody wants to be the presenter with a PowerPoint so boring the audience starts falling asleep. Learn simple techniques for keeping your PowerPoint presentations engaging and effective at this breakout session.

Presented by Sharon Down

This presentation will show faculty how to change the dynamic of grading and student relationships in their classrooms by using the voice feature in BlackBoard Gradebook. Time will be spent exploring how the feature can save time, identifying situations that would benefit from voice comment feedback, and how to use the new Voice Comments tool in BlackBoard.

Presented by Tony Davis - Fidelity

In this course, financial experts from Fidelity will help you identify different retirement account types, explore ways to preserve and grow your savings, and teach the benefits of saving more now to reap the benefits later.

Presented by Sydney Baseheart

One requirement for a student receiving Federal financial aid is that classes must considered “program applicable.” Program applicability means that the class is required for the students’ declared program of study. KCTCS has developed an automated process within PS to help students identify courses that are/are not “program applicable.” The automated process is being rolled out for full implementation in Spring 2020. Please join Sydney Baseheart, Chancellor’s Office and Katie Karn, Technology Solutions as they discuss the work to roll out program applicability and the impact for students and advisors.

 


Breakout Session 2 - 11:30 a.m.

Presented by Pam Duncan

This presentation provides legal tips for staying “in the classroom” and “out of the courtroom”. Deputy General Counsel Pam Duncan and Director of Policy Administration and Legal Analysis Terri DeAtley will review some recent legal decisions on education law topics including disability accommodations laws, records and information security, the two-sided coin of right to speech and right to privacy, and the perils of social media. You will hear the facts (just the facts, ma’am), and put yourself in the jury box to deliberate the fates of plaintiffs and defendants.

Presented by Katherine Hendy

Kentucky Employees Health Plan members, find out about your Wellness plan! Learn how to connect fitness devices, connect your local gym and many more tips and tricks for Go365 Get rewarded for what you already do and challenge yourself to do even more!

Presented by Matt Varney

We've made searching across and inside KCTCS as easy as searching the web. Microsoft Search brings together content from across Office 365 (the intranet, OneDrive, SharePoint, email, videos, and conversations in Yammer and Teams) - plus results from the wider public Internet - into one single experience, making it very easy to discover the information you need and saving time.

Presented by Amy Hatfield

Participants will learn about the phases and timeline of how our staff review process works at Gateway/KCTCS through PeopleSoft. Tips for planning, goal setting, follow up, ratings, comments and delivery will be shared as well.

Presented by Justin Bertsch

Bring any and all Blackboard questions to this session. Justin will take a poll of questions and assist faculty as they work through them. This session is scheduled in a computer lab so you can utilize this training immediately in your blackboard shell.

 

Presented by Erica Marye and Patrick Lamping

Come get a glimpse into what Marketing & Communication department does to reach students and the community. You'll also learn how Marketing & Communications can help you market your program/department/division.

Presented by Tony Davis - Fidelity

Let the experts at Fidelity teach you how to make your money work harder through investing. They will review the basics of investing, help you understand asset allocation and diversification, and work to identify your ideal investment approach.

Presented by Dawn Bloemer

Emergencies happen all the time. Do you feel prepared to handle a situation where one of your students passes out? What about if a student falls? Has a seizure? In this presentation, faculty and staff will learn basic tips on what to do when a medical emergency happens in your classroom or in a common area where you have to act quickly. Some topics include burns, seizures, bleeding control, falls, allergic reactions, and overdoses.

Presented by Sydney Baseheart

One requirement for a student receiving Federal financial aid is that classes must considered “program applicable.” Program applicability means that the class is required for the students’ declared program of study. KCTCS has developed an automated process within PS to help students identify courses that are/are not “program applicable.” The automated process is being rolled out for full implementation in Spring 2020. Please join Sydney Baseheart, Chancellor’s Office and Katie Karn, Technology Solutions as they discuss the work to roll out program applicability and the impact for students and advisors.

 

 Breakout Session 3 - 1:30 p.m.

Presented by Pam Duncan

This presentation provides legal tips to help you stay on course and off the witness stand. Deputy General Counsel Pam Duncan and Director of Policy Administration and Legal Analysis Terri DeAtley will review some recent legal decisions on education law topics including web accessibility and service animals on campus, records and information security, the two-sided coin of right to speech and right to privacy, and the perils of social media. You will hear the facts (just the facts, ma’am), and put yourself in the jury box to deliberate the fates of plaintiffs and defendants.

Presented by Katherine Hendy

Kentucky Employees Health Plan members, find out about your Wellness plan! We will review using the website and app, as well as how to use and link fitness devices to help you earn points and status levels (plus lots of free stuff too). Get rewarded for what you already do and challenge yourself to do even more!

Presented by Kerri McKenna

This session will review the new generation in our classroom: Gen Z. Just like the millennials (now in their early 30s), GEN Z has their own style in the classroom. Come find out how these 16 – 25 year olds look at education, what they expect from you, and how to best meet their needs!

Presented by Matt Varney

We've made searching across and inside KCTCS as easy as searching the web. Microsoft Search brings together content from across Office 365 (the intranet, OneDrive, SharePoint, email, videos, and conversations in Yammer and Teams) - plus results from the wider public internet - into one single experience, making it very easy to discover the information you need and saving time.

Presented by Michele Simms

Come find out what collaborative testing can do to improve student performance in the classroom. This approach, often used in our Nursing Program, has helped prepare our students to successfully take the next steps into passing the Nursing exams and flourish in their chosen profession.

Presented by Sarah Young

Do you know what to do when a student is in distress? Our students come to us with a variety of stressors, and as educators, we should be prepared to help reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives! Kognito is an interactive online simulation program that teaches us to identify warning signs; build skills for conversations with students; reduce stigma of mental distress; and understand Gateway’s process for student referral and counseling services.

Presented by Boone County Extension

It may still feel like summer outside, but fall will be here before you know it! Learn techniques to care for your lawn during the changing season to keep it in tip-top shape. Local experts will share information specifically suited to our location conditions, providing a personalized experience.

Presented by Erica Marye and Patrick Lamping

Come get a glimpse into what Marketing & Communication department does to reach students and the community. You'll also learn how Marketing & Communications can help you market your program/department/division.

Presented by Tony Davis - Fidelity

In this course, financial experts from Fidelity will help you identify different retirement account types, explore ways to preserve and grow your savings, and teach the benefits of saving more now to reap the benefits later.

Presented by Nick Fritsch

Meditation is a powerful tool for mental health that can calm the mind and help ease stress. Add some calm to your day and learn more about this surprisingly simple practice through a guided meditation session.

Presented by Dustin DiChiara, Chick-Fil-A Mall Road

Dustin DiChiara the Operator for Chick-fil-A Mall Road will share how customer service is about selling feelings and how all organizations are living and active.  Actions of the leaders and employees will be a reflection of the service and "product".

Breakout Session 4 - 2:30 p.m.

Presented by Katherine Hendy

Kentucky Employees Health Plan members, find out about your Wellness plan! Learn how to connect fitness devices, connect your local gym and many more tips and tricks for Go365 Get rewarded for what you already do and challenge yourself to do even more!

Presented by Michele Simms

Come find out what collaborative testing can do to improve student performance in the classroom. This approach, often used in our Nursing Program, has helped prepare our students to successfully take the next steps into passing the Nursing exams and flourish in their chosen profession.

Presented by Justin Bertsch

Bring any and all Blackboard questions to this session. Justin will take a poll of questions and assist faculty as they work through them. This session is scheduled in a computer lab so you can utilize this training immediately in your blackboard shell.

Presented by Amy Hatfield

Participants will learn about the phases and timeline of how our staff review process works at Gateway/KCTCS through PeopleSoft. Tips for planning, goal setting, follow up, ratings, comments and delivery will be shared as well.

Presented by Sharon Down

This presentation will show faculty how to change the dynamic of grading and student relationships in their classrooms by using the voice feature in BlackBoard Gradebook. Time will be spent exploring how the feature can save time, identifying situations that would benefit from voice comment feedback, and how to use the new Voice Comments tool in BlackBoard.

Presented by Boone County Extension

It may still feel like summer outside, but fall will be here before you know it! Learn techniques to care for your lawn during the changing season to keep it in tip-top shape. Local experts will share information specifically suited to our location conditions, providing a personalized experience.

Presented by Paul Frazier and Kerri MeKenna

Please attend this session if you would like to learn about engaging activities to use with your students in class. Activities shared show how these activities can fit in all subjects: sciences, social work, and mathematics.

Presented by Tony Davis - Fidelity

Let the experts at Fidelity teach you how to make your money work harder through investing. They will review the basics of investing, help you understand asset allocation and diversification, and work to identify your ideal investment approach.

Presented by Dawn Bloemer

Emergencies happen all the time. Do you feel prepared to handle a situation where one of your students passes out? What about if a student falls? Has a seizure? In this presentation, faculty and staff will learn basic tips on what to do when a medical emergency happens in your classroom or in a common area where you have to act quickly. Some topics include burns, seizures, bleeding control, falls, allergic reactions, and overdoses.

Presented by Dustin DiChiara, Chick-Fil-A Mall Road

Dustin DiChiara the Operator for Chick-fil-A Mall Road will share how customer service is about selling feelings and how all organizations are living and active.  Actions of the leaders and employees will be a reflection of the service and "product".

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