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Applications for Cultivating a Growth Mindset are Available Now

We are excited to announce a new professional learning opportunity for community college faculty focused on Cultivating a Growth Mindset.  This initial professional learning series will take place during Fall 2014 and is open to Southern California Community Colleges only (Training in Fall 2015 will be held in Northern California and will be reserved for Northern […]

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Strengthening Student Success Conference 2013 – 3CSN

Some of the presentations given by 3CSN

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New 3CSN CTE Community of Practice unveiled at CCCAOE Presentation

The presentation, given by 3CSN Executive Director, Deborah Harrington and 3CSN Central Valley Regional Coordinator, Erik Armstrong,  began with an overview on 3CSN’s mission to provide professional learning and the use of learning networks to assist community college professionals in transforming their environments and identities to increase and enhance student success. This was followed with […]

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San Diego Area Writing Project

                                         Writing for College & Career Readiness Fostering Partnerships Among High School, College and University Instructors (9-16) Sponsored by California Community College Success Network in collaboration with San Diego Area Writing Project • UC San Diego FACILITATED BY SDAWP TEACHER CONSULTANTS: Holly Bauer, Jan Jarrell, Mark Manasse, Nadia Mandilawi, Divona Roy, and Monique Lamphiere-Tamayoshi Addressing […]

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January 2012 Newsletter Available

The January 2012 3CSN newsletter is out now.  If you would like to receive the newsletter in your email, please subscribe. 3CSN – Newsletter – Jan 2012

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Commission on the Future

To learn more about Vision 2020, please explore this website and download the full report. The Community College League of California convened a commission of 33 college leaders to identify policy and practice changes that, if implemented, could increase meaningful completions in community colleges by 2020. The Commission was asked to constrain its recommendations within […]

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Effective Practices and Exemplary Programs

Supplemental Instruction Mt. San Jacinto College Program details Butte Community College, Program details Rio Hondo Community College, Program details I-Falcon- Habits of Mind Cerritos College Program details Crafton Hills  Program details, Crafton Hills College Palomar College, Program details Learning Communities Skyline college FYE  Program details Success Center Chaffey College Program details (doc 1 and doc […]

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2010 Strengthening Student Success Conference

The Strengthening Student Success conference provides a unique opportunity for a wide cross-section of people to gather and brainstorm ways to strengthen institutional effectiveness and student learning. The Strengthening Student Success conference provides a unique opportunity for a wide cross-section of people—including faculty, deans, program directors, student services staff, professional development leadership, researchers, and planners—to […]

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BRIC Inquiry Guides- RP Group

The BRIC Inquiry Guides address nine topic areas (seven of which are now available – click on the hot links to access the documents). Seven BRIC inquiry guides now available: Jump start conversations about building cultures of inquiry on your campus 1. Assessing Student Learning Outcomes 2. Using an Equity Lens to Assess Student Learning […]

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Developmental Education Initiative

The Developmental Education Initiative: State Policy Framework & Strategy JFF, April 2010Developmental education as traditionally delivered does not appreciably increase community college students’ chances of earning credentials or degrees. Few students who are more than one level below college proficiency ever complete their developmental education requirements, let alone earn college credits. This broken model of […]

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