Past Events and Programs

Every quarter, the Faculty Commons publishes a program with all our events and additional information in a *.PDF format.  Past events published on our website are listed below.

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Every quarter, the Faculty Commons publishes a program with all our events and additional information in a *.PDF format.  Past events published on our website are listed below.

2013

Fall 2013

2014

Fall 2014
Summer 2014
Spring 2014
Winter 2014

2015

Fall 2015
Summer 2015
Spring 2015
Winter 2015

2016

Fall 2016
Summer 2016
Spring 2016
Winter 2016

2017

Winter 2017
Spring 2017
Summer 2017
Fall 2017

2018

Winter 2018
Spring 2018
Summer 2018
Fall 2018

2019

Winter 2019
Spring 2019
Summer 2019
Fall 2019

2020

Winter 2020
Spring 2020
Summer 2020
Fall 2020

2021

Winter 2021
Spring 2021
Summer 2021
Fall 2021

2022

Winter 2022
Spring 2022
Summer 2022
Fall 2022

2023

Winter 2023

Spring 2023

Summer 2023

Fall 2023

2024

Winter 2024


Past Events

Iftar Celebration

Iftar Celebration

Please join us to learn about the meaning and practices of Ramadan with Culturally Responsive Practices Lead, Ahmad Ghashmari. We will then enjoy traditional Middle Eastern food to break the fast.

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Implementing Positive Psychology in the Classroom

Join us as we delve into Martin E.P. Seligman’s exciting book Flourish, which turns the medical model of psychology on its head by focusing on amplifying well-being as opposed to the disease model of relieving suffering. We’ll examine the research behind the PERMA model, which identifies five areas that are important to human flourishing – positive ...

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Improve Student Learning with AI – NEW!

Improve Student Learning with AI - NEW!

Join us for a dynamic 90-minute workshop designed for instructors looking to explore new ways to integrate AI into their classrooms to enhance student learning, boost engagement, and foster inclusivity. In this session: Explore the potential uses of AI for students. Engage in discussions about the capabilities and limitations of AI in classrooms. See examples ...

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Inclusive Practices for Your Virtual Class -Spring

Inclusive Practices for Your Virtual Class -Spring

How can we include all students in our virtual classes, so they feel valued and have a sense of belonging? Join this presentation to learn ways in which we can remove obstacles and provide equitable chances for success. You will take away helpful tips to make your online class meaningful to all your students. This ...

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Incorporate Climate Justice Into Your Teaching

Incorporate Climate Justice Into Your Teaching

Not up for a full-length Climate Justice Faculty Learning Community (FLC) and only want to explore climate justice a little bit? Or do you want to complete the entire FLC experience by creating and teaching a climate justice lesson in one of your courses sometime this academic year? Have a good handle on climate justice, ...

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Increasing Student Success In Virtual Learning Through Innovative Course Design

Increasing Student Success In Virtual Learning Through Innovative Course Design

Join faculty from the Communication Studies Department as we will discuss how to successfully implement innovative design and delivery approaches that promote student success and increase course completion in virtual courses. Strategies explored in this interactive presentation include student-centered learning, instructor presence, early intervention, gracious space, and guided reflection of instructor feedback. Time will be ...

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Indoor Gardening – Spring

Indoor Gardening - Spring

Are you as excited about our PNW spring as I am? Welcome spring naturally with an indoor garden. Join me as we explore varied ways you can bring the outdoors inside and increase your mental and physical health. This seminar will cover affordable planting systems and the best plants for your indoor food crops. I ...

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Infusing Critical Thinking: A review of Texts – Spring 2022

Infusing Critical Thinking: A review of Texts - Spring 2022

Critical thinking is a hot topic at Bellevue College right now! As well it should be. About 13% of courses on campus claim critical thinking as a General Education (Gen Ed) outcome. This workshop is designed for all instructors interested in infusing critical thinking into their curriculum, and we hope that those who are teaching courses with ...

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Instructor’s Presence: Strategies to increase instructor presence in online classes – Winter 2022

Instructor’s Presence: Strategies to increase instructor presence in online classes - Winter 2022

Join this session early in the quarter to start off with a solid plan for engaging with your students in your online courses. Learn practical ways to be present and interact regularly and successfully with your students. This offering will focus on the challenges of online learning, strategies to support our most underrepresented students, ways to make it ...

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Integrating Social Media into Your Instruction – Winter 2022

Integrating Social Media into Your Instruction - Winter 2022

Join this Social (Media) Club to share ideas about integrating a variety of social media into your courses. We know that our students use a variety of media to connect with friends, family, news, information, and entertainment. What are all those media out there? How can we use them to make a positive impact on our students’ learning? This is an informal, sharing community that we would like to meet ...

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Last Updated March 4, 2024