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Strengthening Student Success Conference 2013 – 3CSN

Pictures from the Conference 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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Student Success Lives Here Spotlight: Los Medanos College

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A linguist and a librarian go up the mountain and meet a bunch of honey badgers.  They come back down as new-age dragon slayers determined to change peoples’ lives through a non-movement movement. What do you mean, you don’t get it? We are talking about BSILI, of course.  […]

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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 […]

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BSILI 2012 – 17 Colleges and 44 Connected Faculty, Administration and Staff

t all began on a Sunday afternoon, with over 40 faculty, administrators and staff converging on the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center for a taste of 3CSN’s best − BSILI 2012 – Leadership for Curricular and Institutional Transformation. For some, it was straight out of the car and into the Iris Lodge where they were […]

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Math Pathways: Designing for Success featuring Julie Phelps

The second Math Pathways symposium, held at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, welcomed Julie Phelps, of Valencia Community College in Florida to a day of math curricular and institutional redesign from local colleges like Pierce, Pasadena City College, College of the Canyons.  Over one hundred people signed up for the sold out event to both […]

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LINKS V Los Angeles: Transformational Toolbox

    Panelists Myron H. Dembo is Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology in the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California. He is a fellow in the American Psychological Association and the American Educational Research Association.  Dr. Dembo specializes in the areas of learning and motivation with a focus on teaching students […]

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BSI Coordinators’ Workshops 2011

Last month 3CSN delivered two informative BSI Coordinators’ Workshops in collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. The workshops, held at Sacramento City College and the North Orange County Community College District Office, brought together nearly 150 participants from across the state. These workshops for BSI coordinators and committee members provided support for collaboration […]

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LINKS 3: Increasing Student Completion Through Contextualized Learning

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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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