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August 21, 2020

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Monday, March 27, 2023

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Melodies from the Heart
In honor of Women's History Month!

Listen and discuss your favorite songs that empower and speak to your soul with Umoja and the Culture and Community Center! Send your favorite songs, preferably by women artists to the CCC email at
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Wednesday, March 29, 2023

All Day Run for Student Government by March 29

The Butte College Student Government (A.S.) is now accepting Student Government applications for the 23/24 academic year!   Applications due March 29.

Student Government members represent the student voice regarding important matters that affect their experience at Butte College. They participate on campus committees and help fund campus projects, student initiatives, clubs, campus events and more!

Join the Butte College Student Government! 

·         Students earn an honorarium ($450 to $1,350)  

·         Students receive a staff parking pass each semester 

·         Students help make real change at Butte College 

·         Students will get to learn alongside an amazing group of fellow students 

·         Students will get to go to statewide leadership and advocacy conferences 

·         Students will be trained in effective leadership, equity & inclusion, advocacy methods, how to run meetings, group dynamic theories, campus policies, and much more! 


No Prior Experience Required 

In fact, most students come to the A.S. team with little to no previous leadership experience.  Our team will provide them with on-going training to help them understand their position, explain how our campus processes work, and help them reach their potential! 

To learn more and to submit an application visit the Butte College Student Government Webpage! Or contact the A.S. advisor, Kim Scott 530.895.2945 or

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Friday, August 21, 2020

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM How to Write an SLO
FLEX # 110
9-9:50am. Learning outcomes abound at Butte College, and while many seem clearly measurable, others might feel a bit "fuzzy." We have common ground in writing good outcomes but are there principles that can guide us? This workshop says "yes" and will present some of those principles in a relaxed, quirky, offbeat session. No toil, just a SLO boil!

Strategic Initiatives:
1. Enhancing a Culture of Completion and Goal Achievement
2. Supporting Student, Faculty, and Staff Success
4. Maximizing Resources to Support Student Learning
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Surviving Critical Incidents
FLEX # 500.2
9-9:50am.  How should you react during a critical incident? What actions can you take to ensure your survival and the survival of those around you? We will teach these skills through video and discussion. We will also cover existing emergency procedures such as lockdown and evacuation. It will end with an open question and answer session with members of your Police Department.

Strategic Initiatives:
2. Supporting Student, Faculty, and Staff Success
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM The Dirt on Lec Videos: Simple Screencasts by an Ag Teacher
FLEX # 111
9-10:50am.  Let's dig in, get dirty, and produce your very own screencast with a few simple tips from Jen Charles, ag teacher. We'll kick off by gathering our thoughts on the goals of learning online and connecting learning objectives to content creation. The adventure continues with some simple tips to make a screencast shine, a Camtasia demo (oh my) and then your off to create your own screencast. We'll rally-up on some common ground by sharing our simple screencasts that shine. 

Strategic Initiatives:
2. Supporting Student, Faculty, and Staff Success
4. Maximizing Resources to Support Student Learning
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Dialog Days 1: Building Flexible Course Design
FLEX # 397.1
10-10:50am. How can we design courses that are flexible enough to meet changing needs while still maintaining the essence of the class? We will share strategies for building flexible courses and invite participants to share the challenges and successes encountered during the transition to remote teaching. The goal of this session is to brainstorm strategies for flexible course designs.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Text Wrangling 101
FLEX # 282.12
10-10:50am Ever felt confounded by the nuances of formatting text when copying from one location to another? Stop the madness! Join TMI as we unravel the secrets of hidden formatting and how to minimize frustration. We promise you'll never copy & paste the same way again! Registration is required.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas Gradebook
FLEX # 282.13
11-11:50am. The key to a stress-free semester starts (and ends) with your Canvas Gradebook! Learn how to set-up your assessments in advance to ensure consistent columns, complete with SLO’s, point values, due dates, and of course…clear instructions for students. We’ll also check out the multiple ways to view/organize the Gradebook and check for accuracy using Student View. Registration is required.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Dialog Days 2: Building Flexible Assessments
FLEX # 397.2
11-11:50am. How can we design assessments that accurately measure student knowledge and are adaptable to changing requirements. We will share examples of flexible assessment strategies. Participants are invited to share assessment strategies that transitioned well to remote teaching and those that were more challenging. The goal of this session is to brainstorm adaptable assessment strategies.
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM History of Fire in California
FLEX # 112
11am-12:20pm.  Charcoal records indicate fire has been a part of California ecosystems for millions of years. Throughout this timeline, fire magnitude, spacial, and temporal characteristics have not stayed the same. Fire changed as California ecosystems evolved and were influenced by the first people and beyond. Understanding how fire has changed over the more recent millennia is the key to our predictions of future fire in California. This workshop will overview the history of how fire has changed from the pre-settlement to post-settlement time periods and how that in combination with fire policy has lead to our current intensified fire regimes.

Strategic Initiatives:
2. Supporting Student, Faculty, and Staff Success
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Peer Evaluator Training
FLEX # 300
11am-12:50pm.  Evaluation training is mandated by faculty contract once a full-time faculty member reaches tenure. The training session must take place before a newly-tenured instructor serves on an evaluation team for a colleague, and the workshop also serves as a good review of the evaluation process for any instructor or administrator.

Strategic Initiatives:
2. Supporting Student, Faculty, and Staff Success
4. Maximizing Resources to Support Student Learning

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