Faculty Flight Tracker Badges
Passenger Badges: 10 pts.
This badge is awarded for showing up to events and being collegial.
- Go to lunch with a colleague not in your department.
- Visit another colleague’s class – in your department.
- Visit with colleagues in the TLC Office for networking and refreshments.
- Go to a sporting event (basketball, volleyball, golf, track, etc.)
- Go to a concert, art exhibit, Pauley lecture, Diversity committee event, etc. sponsored by SCC.
- Attend a staff council sponsored event.
Navigator Badges: 25 pts.
This badge is awarded for going beyond just showing up, but going outside of your department or participating in professional development activities.
- Attend a TLC event and place your name on the sign-in sheet.
- Attend a DL workshop and place your name on the sign-in sheet.
- Visit another colleague’s class – not in your department.
Co-Pilot Badges: 50 pts.
This badge is awarded for not just participating in professional development activities but beginning to implement them in your courses or taking a leadership role in those activities.
- Meet with the FACT Coordinator and completing a FACT experience for one course.
- Completing the FACT visitation process for a colleague not in your department.
- Using simple but valuable technology in the classroom.
- Greet your students through video.
- Lead a roundtable discussion with colleagues on a predetermined topic, article, TEDTalk, or issue, etc.
- Attend a professional development conference.
- Lead a book club session.
- Implement an idea from a book club session.
- Visit another colleague’s class, AND then got to lunch to explore opportunities for transferring ideas and techniques.
- Visit and establish networking opportunity with another college to learn about their laboratories, TLCs, writing centers, career centers, or speaking labs, etc.
Pilot Badges: 100 pts.
This badge is awarded for showing extreme leadership or implementing advanced techniques or involvement in professional development.
- Use advanced technology in the classroom and/or in an online course.
- Make an online or hybrid Moodle course ADA compliant and receiving an ADA approval review.
- Serve as a presenter, moderator, or judge at an academic or professional conference.