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Second Annual NorCal Equity Institute – Day 2

The second day of the Equity Institute provided participants the opportunity to learn and apply frameworks for doing equity work. This included “calling in” presented by Dr. Veronica Neal and nonviolent communication (NVC) presented by Nancy Kahn.   Creating a Call-in Culture Veronica A. K. Neal, Ed.D. This session will offer a deeper dive into […]

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Second Annual NorCal Equity Institute – Day 1

The 2nd Annual NorCal Equity Institute began with a wonderful welcome from Mission College President, Daniel Peck, who discussed bringing students at the forefront of our discussions and to include students in our work, especially in this time of Guided Pathways and AB705. Deborah Harrington, Executive Director of 3CSN, delivered a passionate address with the […]

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Equity in Action at Riverside College!

The Equity Project presented “Designing a Cohesive Equity-Embedding Framework for SI Leaders, Tutors, and Embedded Tutors” at Riverside College on August 17, 2017.  This day-long program was attended by 60 tutors and SI leaders.  During the program, the EP coordinators introduced the principles of equity, CRTL, and cultural humility, led an engaging discussion on the […]

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Leadership Initiatives Conversation at ASCCC Event

In August 2017, ASCCC and 3CSN teamed up to facilitate a conversation with part-time faculty members from across the state of California about how to get more involved in statewide leadership initiatives. The purpose of the event was to break down some of the major state wide student success initiatives and to explore how part-time […]

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Growing the Growth Mindset Team!

Mary-Jo Apigo, Kimberly Manner, and Vicky Nesia, all of West Los Angeles College, presented an interactive session on the 20-years of research by Dr. Carol Dweck and other scholars that have identified fixed and growth mindsets, two contrasting approaches on how individuals think about and behave in the world.  The West Community College team demonstrated to […]

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Appreciative Inquiry Discussion Spurs Interest at ASCCC PT Faculty Event!

About 30 participants learned about the Appreciative Inquiry framework by making a large list of all the strengths students bring to class – socially, academically, culturally, interpersonally, etc.  Students were recognized by the group as being curious, having grit, possessing a strong sense of social justice, and overcoming hardship, to name but a few.   Beginning with strengths […]

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3CSN Save the Date: 2017-2018 Events!

The 3CSN Team continues to work on putting together events for educators throughout the state. Feel free to check on the updated Current Events page, which reflects our upcoming events for the academic year. We will update the page as registration information for our events becomes available! Also, be sure to check the Save the […]

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Building Equity-Minded Classrooms!

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and 3CSN hosted the Part-Time Faculty Leadership Institute on August 3-5, 2017 in Anaheim California.       The Equity Project presented “Building Equity Minded Classrooms” in an interactive 75 minute workshop on Saturday afternoon.   There were 46 participants who were introduced to equity, Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL), […]

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BSILI 2017 Teams Focus

We are very proud of all the hard work done by our BSILI teams! Here’s everyone’s focus!  

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BSILI 2016 Reflection Video!

One of our BSILI 2016 participating teams reflects on the experience and shares what’s next on their road to student success! Are you ready to be a part of the journey? Send a team to BSILI 2017!  

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