3CSN has a Big Presence @ the Strengthening Student Success Conference

This year’s Strengthening Student Success Conference (SSSC) in Costa Mesa was a great indicator of how broad and deep the network has grown since it’s inception four years ago.  Close to 20 presentations were given by 3CSN, BSILI, FTLA Alumnae during the Conference.  Topics covered 3CSN’s established Communities of Practice (CoP), the California Acceleration Project (CAP) and the Reading Apprenticeship Project (RAP,) as well as implementation of student voice, data-driven decision-making, and professional development.

BSILI Reunion

On Thursday evening of the Conference, 3CSN held its traditional BSILI reunion, bringing together participants form all four years of BSILI.  Highlights of the event included BSILI trivia and the spontaneous creation of the slogan, “The Network Works.”

 

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Presentations

The California Acceleration Project: Where We Are Now
The Pedagogy of Acceleration: Classroom Practices in Pilot English Courses at Three Community Colleges
Making It Real: Integrating Reading Apprenticeship Strategies in Your Class
Contextualized Academic English-Paired Courses and Reading Apprenticeship Models
Assessment into Action: Using Results to Drive Curricular and Pedagogical Change
Lost in Transition: How Faculty across the Disciplines Can Learn to Own First Year Student Success
The Network: A Three-Semester Learning Community for Basic Skills Students
Fast Track to Success: Pathways to Completion at Chaffey College
Method-ists: Building a Data-Informed Culture
Introducing Equity Achievement as a Strategy for Strengthening Student Success
Supplemental Instruction: Implementation, Outcomes and Recommendations for CCC
Troubleshooting Acceleration Implementation
Making the Case for Revising the Placement Process
Bringing the Conference Home: a Professional Development Implementation Strategy Session with 3CSN
What I Did on My Summer Vacation: Refining and Deepening Our Narratives of Institutional Change

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