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FAPSC E-Flash a membership publication October 2012
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FAPSC Professional Membership
FAPSC offers an individual Professional Membership that is open to all employees of a FAPSC school or associate member. This membership was designed to help keep your entire staff in direct communication with FAPSC. Download an application today!
FAPSC Board of Directors
Dean Bartness, President
Linda Weldon, President Elect
Mark Gutmann, Past President
Joe Hardiman, Treasurer
Randy Proto, Secretary
Richard Covington, Jr.
FAPSC Executive Staff
Wanda Minick, Deputy Executive Director/Member Services
Katie Allan, Director of Continuing Education
Nancy Hillger, Office Manager/Bookkeeper
Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges
FAPSC provides leadership, support and advocacy for quality career education.
The Executive Director of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges, Mrs. Kathryn K. Mizereck, will be leaving her position as of October 8, 2012.
Dear FAPSC Members and Supporters:
It is with mixed emotions that I leave my position as executive director of FAPSC. Effective October 8, I will be the Education Staff Director in the Florida House of Representatives under the leadership of Speaker Designate Will Weatherford. I am honored by Rep. Weatherford’s confidence in me, and look forward to serving the citizens of Florida in this new role.
FAPSC has a long history – more than 55 years – of representing Florida’s licensed postsecondary colleges and schools. I have enjoyed working with all of you to advance FAPSC’ goals and objectives. During my time as your executive director we have diversified our membership and board representation, established a strong financial position, launched an active network of committees that fosters ideas and member participation, and developed a strong base of volunteers for ongoing and new initiatives.
As I reflect on the last five years, I recall the work to establish our mission statement and guiding values: FAPSC provides leadership, support and advocacy for quality career education, based on the values of accountability, access, choice, integrity and professionalism.
In addition, at each meeting of the Board of Directors we have used seven measures of success to evaluate our work:
1. Customer service culture
2. Alignment of products and services with mission
3. Data driven strategies
4. Dialogue and engagement
5. CEO as broker of ideas
6. Organizational adaptability
7. Alliance building
I hope you will continue to work together as a sector – THE BIG TEAM – to advance the cause. It has been my pleasure to serve as your executive director, and I am proud of the work you do on behalf of our students. Thank you for your support – I will miss the many colleagues and friends I have discovered and that I sincerely treasure.
Kathy Mizereck, Executive Director
Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges
FAPSC and MaxKnowledge are proud to present a focused training program for your school managers! There is truly something for everyone – whether you are new to the sector, new to management, new to the State of Florida or entering into a more advanced level of school management these learning opportunities are for you!
3 Specialized Programs to Select From:
• Each program offers 12 hours of Continuing Education Credit.
• Each program is comprised of 3 Online Courses.
• A certificate of completion will be issued to those that successfully complete all training
requirements in their program.
Find out how you can report for duty and enroll today!
Tell us all about it! Submit your conference session proposal online.
What makes a great breakout session? Specifically FAPSC looks for relevant, timely, dynamic, effective and interactive breakout sessions for our administrators and faculty. If you have a terrific idea for a conference session - just take a few moments to compile your proposal and submit it using the online forms.
All session proposals for the 2013 Central Conference are due Dec. 21.
All session proposals for the 2013 Annual Conference are due May 1, 2013.
Note: There are a limited number of breakout sessions available – it is strongly encouraged to submit proposals early.
The FAPSC awards committee is eager to announce that nominations may now be submitted for the 2013 Annual Awards Program. The deadline to submit nominations is May 13. But it’s never too early to nominate someone from your campus for one of these honors! Administrator, Faculty, Graduate and School winners will be recognized at the 2013 FAPSC Annual Conference (July 2013 – Turnberry Isle Miami).
Need a few more reasons why nominating someone for an award is always a good idea?
Here you go!
* All nominators who submit nominations before
March 31, 2013 will be automatically entered to win one FREE Annual Conference registration
* All nominators will automatically be entered into a prize drawing for a great gift basket (announced during the Administrator Conference Awards Ceremony)
* Administrator and Faculty Award Winners and their Nominators will also each receive a $100 discount on conference registration fees
* The school that submits the most nominations (among all of the categories combined) will receive a FREE Faculty Conference registration
Don’t hesitate – Nominate!
The FAPSC nursing committee has developed a membership of leading experts in the management of proprietary nursing programs. The committee, comprised of nursing deans and directors, campus presidents and faculty, have introduced several new initiatives to help FAPSC members improve their nursing program outcomes.
The nursing committee is proud to introduce NCLEX improvement solutions, faculty development and faculty, dean and director orientation programs. In addition, the committee will provide education and support in integrating simulation into nursing curriculum to improve student performance. Each program will be further introduced in November.
If your nursing program is having challenges or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the FAPSC nursing committee for support and introduction to some of our opportunities.
FAPSC associate member Leads360 will host an unprecedented, two-parted webinar series exploring the higher education admissions technology “ecosphere”, featuring in-depth discussions with six different vendors exploring how their technologies improve success with student inquiries.
Click the links below to register for this webinar series.
Part I - Tuesday, October 16th: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/542503814
Part 2- Thursday, October 18th: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/236338798
This article was contributed by Robert Starks Jr., Vice President of Learning Initiatives with MaxKnowledge, Inc.
A survey commissioned by Dell, which was released in September, revealed that 63 percent of U.S. teachers believe their students know how to use technology better than they do. Technology is merely one component of the evolving landscape of education but this survey indicates something that many would say is intuitive – educators are struggling to use new technology as well as integrate it into the classroom. As we have shifted from the traditional 18-22 year-old full-time undergraduate student residing on campus to the adult learner, learning preferences and needs have also dramatically shifted. Have traditional classroom structures and teaching strategies adapted to the new face of higher education?
In an article published in the Journal of Information Systems Education entitled, Using Web 2.0 to Support the Active Learning Experience, Jo Williams makes the argument that the traditional classroom structure as well as teaching strategies have been challenged by students' learning needs and preferences for digital literacy, experiential learning, interactivity, and immediacy in all areas of course design and delivery. In order for students to be actively involved, they must use higher order thinking, including analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. If today’s instructor is to meet the needs of today’s students, they must expand their instructional formats to include the latest technologies and learning theories.
For those interested in learning more, two new courses are available in the FAPSC Online Training Center. Those courses are ED203 – Technology Integration for Instructors and ED204 – Tomorrow’s Learning Environment Today.
Bravo’s Blow Out and Shear Genius Star, Jonathan Antin, Visits The Spa at Daytona College
October 5, 2012—Ormond Beach, Fla.—Daytona College announces world-renowned hairstylist Jonathan Antin, who has starred in highly-acclaimed television shows from ABC’s Extreme Makeover to Bravo’s Blow Out and Shear Genius, will visit the school’s campus at 425 S. Nova Road in Ormond Beach on October 23-24 to share the hottest trends from the world of styling with the school’s Cosmetology students. During his visit, Antin will work directly with students and clients at The Spa at Daytona College, offering area residents an opportunity to have a celebrity stylist consult on their hair style.
FAPSC Associate Member of the Year, Dennis Cariello, Chair of the Regulatory Compliance and Strategies with DLP Piper LLP was featured in the 2012 July/August edition of Today's Campus. Regulations 2012 Where are we Going? is an indepth look at regulatory changes. A must read! Click here for article.
Full Sail University Announces 2012 Hall of Fame Induction Class
October 01, 2012- WINTER PARK, FL, - Full Sail University is proud to announce the 2012 Full Sail University Hall of Fame inductees comprised of six graduates recognized for their outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment, media, and the arts. A weeklong series of events including an induction ceremony to celebrate and acknowledge these latest additions to the hall is scheduled to take place in early 2013.
If you would like to be featured here just send an email to Wanda@FAPSC.org to get noticed.
If you would like to share an announcement, please contact Wanda Minick via email at Wanda@FAPSC.org.
14- DETC- Distance Education & Training Council, Santa Fe, NM
25-26 The Florida Board of Massage Therapy, Hilton Naples, FL
26-30 - AACS Annual Conventation & Expo, Orlando, FL
01- Council on Occupational Education Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA
05- ACCET Conference 2012 Annual Conference, Incline Village, NV
08- ACICS- Annual Professional Development Conference, Las Vegas, NV
13- The FAPSC Board/Committee Meeting, TBA
14- The Commission for Independent Education, Howey In the Hills, FL
27- DOE- Department of Education 2012 FSA Conference, Orlando, FL
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