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Pile of Books
January 28, 2022

SCTCC’s CTL will launch it’s Spring Semester Book Clubs this week and in preparation, we are discussing the benefits of participating in professional learning book clubs in this week’s blog!  We have two great options for books this semester.

Being Heumann by Judy Heumann – Open...

Circle Art
January 24, 2022

By Dr. Annesa Cheek, SCTCC President

As a child, I loved the month of January. Fresh off the bounty and rest of the holiday season, I was ready to return to campus to see friends and share stories about the goodies that showed up under all of our trees during our...

CTL logo on green circle background
January 21, 2022

As SCTCC shifts to virtual learning for a 2 week period, instructors are once again put in the sometimes tricky position of providing high quality learning opportunities and engagement for students in a virtual setting. The CTL hosted two virtual learning discussion sessions this past week to...

stay safe, cyclones
January 20, 2022

From January 24 - February 4, 2022, most in-person, lecture-based classes at SCTCC will shift to a fully online format.

What are my classes doing?

Make sure you regularly check your email and D2L Brightspace for information from your instructor...

Professional learning team contest hands on laptop
January 14, 2022

By Caitlin Hickox

Join in the fun this Spring semester with the CTL’s new Professional Learning Team Contest! This contest pairs faculty in teams of 6 or 7 to support and encourage each other to become the best educators we can be. Through completing professional learning...

Many hands with new plants
January 13, 2022

By Njeri Clement
Director of Cultural Fluency, Equity and Inclusion

Global poverty had been decreasing before COVID-19, but the pandemic interrupted this trend by disproportionately harming populations facing poverty through systemic inequalities in employment, wage...

Heartland Building with daylilies
January 7, 2022

One of the most important things you should be doing during the COVID-19 pandemic is taking care of YOU – your physical, emotional, and mental health. We’ve created a list of resources for you with different options and ways to get help.  

Not sure who or where to ask for help? Students...

volleybaall team
January 4, 2022

Have you ever thought about coaching sports? If you like the idea of working closely with athletes or in the athletic field, being a coach may be the right fit for you. As a middle school, high school, or college athletics coach, you can help impact the future of young athletes.


December 22, 2021

Here are some tips that can help balance being productive and managing stress in healthy and effective ways.

  1. Take Care of Yourself
    Taking care of your basic needs is essential to function as your optimal self. Taking care of yourself is one of the best ways to
  2. ...
Book with heart
December 21, 2021

We are always working to add more good books to the collection in the library – books that will connect with people across our community. We are always looking for more fiction and nonfiction books that will fit the needs and the interests of all the different people around the school. 


Center for Teaching and Learning logo
December 17, 2021

By Caitlin Hickox

As we wrap up this fall semester, the CTL would like to honor the outstanding work that has been done by our faculty during this challenging semester.  The CTL applauds all SCTCC faculty for showing up, putting our students first, and making a...

Liberal Arts Display Case
December 16, 2021

By Vicky Kapitzke and Paula Brandel Ryder, LAS Faculty

260/Door 16 Display – The Course Spotlight Case

December 13, 2021

SCTCC students from the Leadership Club had the opportunity to support the St. Cloud community by collecting personal care items and cash contributions on campus Dec. 6-10. The club members dropped off the donations at Anna Marie’s Alliance on the last day of the drive.