Friday, April 23, 2010

Work/Study Position Available


Disability Services Office
Starting date: May 6, 2010
Monday through Friday
Two shifts available: 8:00 – 12:00 PM Or 12:00 4:00 PM

Must be work/study eligible

Looking for an office assistant for the Disability Services Office. Must have excellent communication skills and be able to work with a diverse population of students with various disabilities. Responsibilities to include:

1. Clerical work: filing, typing, must be familiar with Word and Excel.
2. Administration of exams to students with disabilities.
3. Training in hardware/software technology

This is an excellent opportunity for education majors!!

Please contact:

Miriam Peden
Bldg. 19, Room 116-0
(954) 201-6569

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Educational Technology Workshop

Have you ever worked with Macbook computers before? Heard of the software program Inspiration? Comic Life? Garage Band? Do you want to learn what a Clicker is and how to use one? How about an Interactive Whiteboard? Or maybe a Document Camera/ELMO?

Join Title V Co-op Central for our Educational Technology Workshop:

Thursday, April 22nd
Central Campus
Bldg 2, Room 110

These technologies and more are the tools you will see being used in Broward County Public schools and other public and private schools across the state and country. To be an effective and marketable teacher you will need to be familiar with them ALL and be able to apply them to the classroom!!!

This will be an INTERACTIVE workshop to learn about these educational tools and how to apply them to YOUR future classrooms! We will interact with individual Macbooks and several software programs available on Macs, touch and learn how to use an Interactive Whiteboard and it's related software, play and interact with one another using a Clicker system, test out a Document Camera/ELMO as well as some Flip cameras, and MORE!

You don't want to miss this opportunity!!! Space is limited so be sure to come early to get a seat!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Mid-week Movie: Music of the Heart

The movie: Music of the Heart

When: Tuesday, 4/6/10

Time: Noon

Where: President's Dining Rm. in Bldg 19 - Go down the hall next to the bookstore. Turn right on the next hall. We are all the way to the end on your left.

This film shows the influence that one person's drive and vision can have on others. Meryl Streep plays real-life Roberta Guaspari who moves to Harlem as a single-mother and becomes a violin teacher. Working through racial and other barriers, Roberta creates an acclaimed music program in an area where many would have said it was impossible. Definitely a heart-warming movie.

Resume Development

If you missed our workshop on Resume Writing, be sure to watch Dr. Stewart's powerpoint on Resume Development below!!

Student Success: Study Skills & Time Management

If you missed last week's Student Success Workshop on Time Management and Study Skills, have no fear! We have the powerpoint right here...