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3rd Annual 3CSN/LAP Sponsored Inland Empire SI Regional Conference – Riverside College, 11/16/18-11/17/18

3CSN and The Learning Assistance Project (LAP) Present:

The 3rd Annual Inland Empire SI Regional Conference

Riverside City College

November 16th & 17th, 2018

3CSN and The Learning Assistance Project are proud to support the 3rd Annual Inland Empire Supplemental Instruction Conference (IESIC) at Riverside City College on Nov 16th & 17th, 2018. 

The IESIC began as a grass-roots effort by Inland Empire colleges and universities that support their students with the Supplemental Instruction program. This conference aims to share knowledge and information between Supplemental Instruction, embedded tutors, tutors, supporting staff, faculty, and administration to promote the collective success of our program and the wonderful stories from the students who benefit from our assistance.

The conference will feature

SI Best Practices  *  SI Research Assessment  *  Innovation in SI
Collaborative Learning  *  Professional Learning  *  Student Success Strategies 

Panel Discussion  *  Poster Presentation  *  Concurrent Sessions  *  Presenter Awards

 

Agenda

I.   CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

  • Conference Day #1 – Friday
    • 1:30 – 2:20pm         Registration
    • 2:30 – 3:00pm         Opening Session
    • 3:10 – 4:00pm         Breakout Session #1
    • 4:10 – 5:00pm         Breakout Session #2
    • 5:10 – 5:30pm         Closing
    • 5:30 – 7:30pm         Reception
  • Conference Day #2 – Saturday
    • 8:30 – 9:30 am        Registration
    • 9:30 –10:00am        Opening
    • 10:00 – 11:00am      Keynote Speaker
    • 11:10am – 12:00pm Breakout Session #3 Keynote Speaker
    • 12:00 – 1:30pm        Lunch
    • 1:40 – 2:30pm          Breakout Session #4
    • 2:40 – 3:30pm          Breakout Session #5
    • 3:40 – 4:30pm          Breakout Session #6
    • 4:40 – 5:30pm          Conference Closing 

Fees

II.  CONFERENCE FEES

  • Conference
    • Students – Free
    • Faculty, Staff, Administrators – $125
    • Vendors
      • Friday Only – $60
      • Saturday Only – $75
      • Friday and Saturday – $100

 

If you would like to pay by check, please make it out to “Riverside City College” and on the memoline put “SI Conference”

 

The check can be mailed or dropped off at

 

Riverside City College
SI Program; Attn: Rebecca Moonstone
4800 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA 92506

 

Event Information

  • Riverside City College
  • Parking: Free Parking
  • Registration:  There will be signage and volunteers to guide you from parking to registration.
  • Dress:  Business Casual

 

 

Hotel Information: 

 Marriott Riverside

We have the following two options for  guests for the conference:

 

 I.   If attendees need to pay with purchase order, please call the hotel directly and book your reservation with their Reservation Coordinator, Denise Basore, at ext: 7189.

 

Attendees can also book the University of California rate online at www.marriott.com/ralmc and use the Corporate Rate Code: UC0.

 

OR

The Mission Inn

https://www.missioninn.com/

 

GUEST ROOM RATES:

Room Types Single Rate Double Rate

Deluxe King $ 149.00  

Raincross $ 179.00  

Glenwood $ 219.00  

Mission $ 269.00  

Junior Suite $ 339.00  

Presidential Suite $ 719.00  

Superior Presidential Suite $1,089.00  

Keeper of the Inn Suite $1,609.00  

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3rd Annual NorCal Equity Institute:”Building Equity-Mindedness to Support the Vision for Success” – Sacramento City College (11/2/18-11/3/18)

 

3CSN would like to invite you to our 3rd Annual Equity Institute:

“Building Equity-Mindedness to Support the Vision for Success”

 

The Equity Institute will provide colleges the opportunity to have intentional, meaningful conversations that support equitable practices across campus in order to build knowledge and relationships through active engagement.

  This year, the Equity Institute will focus on: 

  • Learning how to build an equity framework that supports diverse populations and drives implementation of statewide student success legislation 
  • Shared readings that will challenge and expand current perceptions, and deepen our knowledge around: 

1) How learning works

2) How to design for inclusive collaboration

3) How to build student capacity

  • Generating pivotal inquiries, and shifting those inquiries to action in order to move your campus equity work forward 

Who should come?

Bring a cross-functional team including faculty from both instruction and student services, classified staff, administrators and students, to work on redesigning the classroom and campus experience to be student centered. We encourage you to include people who are working on your AB 705, Guided Pathways and College Promise plans, as well as those leading the professional learning efforts on your college. 

What should you bring?

All participants will have the opportunity to work on transforming an artifact. An artifact is a document that you use frequently to engage with students.

For example:

  • IGETC form
  • Student service brochures, announcements, etc.
  • Financial aid information
  • Tutoring promotional materials
  • Campus website
  • Syllabus
  • Essay or Assignment prompt
  • Meeting agenda or notes

 

The cost is $70 per day (plus EventBrite Fees of $5.95) for the institute; this includes both days. If you plan to attend one day, the cost is the same. Advance payment via EventBrite registration.  If you wish to pay the day of the event, you may select “Pay by Check.”  Checks should be made out to: Los Angeles Community College District.  Same day payment accepted via check only. 

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

 

-3CSN Team 

 

 

  3CSN is an initiative of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

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Building Habits of Mind: Helixes, Ecologies, Student Success, & Equity (Ventura region) – Palm Garden Hotel, 10/26/18

 
The California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN) Habits of Mind Community of Practice highlights the psychosocial aspects of successful college completion, focusing on relevant beliefs, attitudes, and dispositions.
 
Hundreds of curious educators throughout California have attended workshops and trainings to learn more about adopting Growth Mindset and Habits of Mind practices in their programs, classrooms, and services. 3CSN is offering this session to honor the important and impressive work undertaken throughout the state.
 
After a brief introduction to Growth Mindset and Habits of Mind, the session will move to showcasing a variety of practices and programs designed to cultivate the beliefs, attitudes, and dispositions for academic success. Join us to gather new ideas, ask questions, contribute to a growing knowledge base, and network with like-minded educators.
 

Location:

Palm Garden Hotel

459 N. Ventu Park Road

Thousand Oaks, CA 91320

Room: Palm 1

 

Free hotel parking!

 

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3rd Annual SoCal Equity Institute:”Building Equity-Mindedness to Support the Vision for Success” – Grossmont College, 10/19/18-10/20/18

 

3CSN would like to invite you to our 3rd Annual Equity Institute:

“Building Equity-Mindedness to Support the Vision for Success”

 

The Equity Institute will provide colleges the opportunity to have intentional, meaningful conversations that support equitable practices across campus in order to build knowledge and relationships through active engagement.

  This year, the Equity Institute will focus on: 

  • Learning how to build an equity framework that supports diverse populations and drives implementation of statewide student success legislation 
  • Shared readings that will challenge and expand current perceptions, and deepen our knowledge around: 

1) How learning works

2) How to design for inclusive collaboration

3) How to build student capacity

  • Generating pivotal inquiries, and shifting those inquiries to action in order to move your campus equity work forward 

Who should come?

Bring a cross-functional team including faculty from both instruction and student services, classified staff, administrators and students, to work on redesigning the classroom and campus experience to be student centered. We encourage you to include people who are working on your AB 705, Guided Pathways and College Promise plans, as well as those leading the professional learning efforts on your college. 

What should you bring?

All participants will have the opportunity to work on transforming an artifact. An artifact is a document that you use frequently to engage with students.

For example:

  • IGETC form
  • Student service brochures, announcements, etc.
  • Financial aid information
  • Tutoring promotional materials
  • Campus website
  • Meeting agenda or minutes
  • Syllabus
  • Essay or assignment prompt

 

The cost is $70 per day (plus EventBrite Fees of $5.95) for the institute; this includes both days. If you plan to attend one day, the cost is the same. Advance payment via EventBrite registration.  If you wish to pay the day of the event, you may select “Pay by Check.”  Checks should be made out to: Los Angeles Community College District.  Same day payment accepted via check only. 

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

 

 -3CSN Team 

 

 3CSN is an initiative of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

 

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LINKS (Learning in Networks for Knowledge Sharing) 2018

For the past several years, RP Group’s Leading from the Middle (LFM) and 3CSN’s Basic Skills Initiative Leadership Institute (BSILI) have supported colleges as they strengthen their capacity to create and sustain leadership focused on what students need to reach their goals. Expanding on this work, LFM and 3CSN are pleased to invite you to a two-day conference focused on transformational leadership and building coherence for student success. Please join ust at the Crowne Plaza on the beautiful beach of Ventura, California.

We invite all those who are intersted, esecially those teams who have particpated in BSILI and Leading from the Middle. This is a professional learning opportunity to grow our capacity as leaders.

 

A detailed agenda will be posted soon.

Registration 

The cost is $50 (plus EventBrite Processing Fee of $3.74) for two days; this includes the preconference and meals. If you plan on attending one day, the cost is $30  (plus EventBrite Processing Fee of $2.64). Advance payment via EventBrite registration accepted via Visa, Check or Invoice. Checks should be made out to: Los Angeles Community College District.  Same day payment accepted via check only.

 

We will conclude the conference by a raffling off prizes, including registrations for the October 2018

Strengthening Student Success Conference

 

Area Hotels:
 
Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach: 450 E Harbor Blvd, Ventura (805) 648-2100
 
 
Wyndham Garden View Point:550 San Jon Road, Ventura (805) 643-0245
 

https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/wyndham-garden/ventura-california/pierpont-inn-wyndham-garden-ventura/overview

 
Ventura Beach Marriott:2055 E. Harbor Blvd. (805) 643-6000
 

 

Best Western Plus Inn of Ventura: 708 E Thompson Blvd, (805) 648-3101
 

 

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2nd Annual Inland Empire SI Regional Conference (11/17-11/18/17) — Mt. San Jacinto College

3CSN and The Learning Assistance Project (LAP) Present:

The 2nd Annual Inland Empire SI Regional Conference

Mt. San Jacinto College

November 17th & 18th, 2017

3CSN and The Learning Assistance Project are proud to support the 2nd Annual Inland Empire Supplemental Instruction Conference (IESIC) at Mt. San Jacinto College- San Jacinto Campus on Nov 17th & 18th, 2017. 

The IESIC began as a grass-roots effort by Inland Empire colleges and universities that support their students with the Supplemental Instruction program. This conference aims to share knowledge and information between Supplemental Instruction supporting staff, faculty, administration, and especially SI Leaders to promote the collective success of our program and the wonderful stories from the students who benefit from our assistance.

The conference will feature

SI Best Practices  *  SI Research Assessment  *  Innovation in SI
Collaborative Learning  *  Professional Learning  *  Student Success Strategies 

Panel Discussion  *  Poster Presentation  *  Conncurrent Sessions  *  Presenter Awards

 

Agenda

Friday November 17th Conference

8:00 – 8:30 Pre-Conference Session Check In and continental breakfast Library

8:30 – 12:30 Pre-Conference Session from the International Center for SIB5 Library
12:30 – 1:20 Pre-Conference Session Lunch Library

12:30 – 1:20 Friday Conference Registration Outside the Theater
1:30 – 2:00 Key Note Speaker –
2:00 – 2:10 Passing
2:10 – 3:00 Breakout Session #1  
3:00 – 3:10 Passing
3:10 – 4:00 Breakout Session #2  
4:00 – 4:10 Passing
4:10 – 4:30 Drop off Evaluations 

Saturday, November 18th Confrence

8:30 – 9:30 Conference Registration and Breakfast 
9:30 – 9:40 Passing
9:40 – 10:10 Opening Session 
10:10 – 11:00 Key Note Speaker – Dr. Rodney Smith  
11:00 – 11:10 Passing
11:10 – 12:00 Breakout Session #3 
12:00 – 2:00 Lunch, Vendors, Poster Presentations, & Networking 
2:10 – 3:00 Breakout Session #4 
3:00 – 3:10 Passing
3:10 – 4:00 Breakout Session #5 
4:00 – 4:10 Passing
4:10 – 5:00 Closing (Scholarships announcement, awards)

 

Fee

  • Please see below the ticket prices for Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Students.

Event Information

  • Mt. San Jacinto College:  https://www.msjc.edu/CollegeInformation/MapsDirectionstoMSJC/Pages/San-Jacinto-Campus1.aspx
  • Parking: Free Parking in lot B, D, & E  No pass required.
  • Registration:  There will be signage and volunteers to guide you from parking to registration.
  • Dress Business Casual

 

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Northern California Learning Assistance Project Sharing Event #2 (10/27/17) – Skyline College

 

Faculty, coordinators, staff, instructional aides, and student leaders:

Please join us for a 3CSN Learning Assistance Project (LAP) event for Fall 2017: Professionalizing Learning Assistance and Building a Statewide Network!  Come share best practices and discuss how to create a wider learning assistance community.  Topics will include:

  • How Learning Assistance Programs support guided pathways at CA community colleges
  • Focused discussion on professional development for peer leaders
  • Establishing advisory committees for Learning Assistance Programs on your campus
  • Leveraging our LAP network: Association of Colleges for Tutoring & Learning  Assistance (ACTLA) and other state/national organizations

This event will also serve as a lead-up to Tutor Expo 2018!

Please find a map of Skyline College: http://www.skylinecollege.edu/maps/  A parking permit will be provided closer to the date of the event.

 

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SSI/AtD Summit #1 – Early Alert and Alert Teams (10/27/17) – LA Mission College

In this summit, participants will focus on the importance of Early Alert and creating Early Alert Teams (faculty, staff and program coordinators) to improve student outcomes.  

* Student Success Initiative Committee of LACCD. All local colleges can participant in the SSI/AtD Summits. LACCD -SSI Committee’s monthly meeting immediately follows the summit.

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Intro to Equity and CRTL (10/26/17) – Laney College

Intro to Equity and CRTL will give participants an opportunity to learn and engage in activities to support their efforts in reducing opportunity gaps and improving student success outcomes.  Facilitators, Arnita Porter and Paula Brown, will provide an overview of Equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL) pedagogy and share effective practices to improve equitable outcomes for students across disciplines and in the delivery of services.  Using Appreciative Inquiry, participants will engage in activities that foster

 

 

1. integration of equity and CRTL principles into their daily practice to improve students’ sense of belonging and increase engagement;

2. alignment with student equity and college success plans; and

3. building capacity for creating equity-minded institutions. 

 

From a strength-based perspective, this interactive workshop focuses on reimagining our campus communities into welcoming and supportive environments for our students.  

Tentative Agenda: 

8:30 – 9:00 am – Continental Breakfast, Check-in

9:00 – 9:15 am – Welcome, Introductions, Icebreaker

9:15 – 11:00 am – Session A, Activities

11:00 – 11:15 am – Break

11:15 am – 12:30 pm – Session B, Activities

12:30 – 1:00 – Reflections, Next Steps, Feedback

1:00 – 2:00 pm – Lunch 

 

 

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Ventura/Central Coast Learning Assistance Project Sharing Event (10/20/17) – Santa Barbara City College

 

Faculty, student leaders, coordinators, instructional aides and staff: Please join us as we introduce 3CSN’s Learning Assistance Project (LAP), share practices, and discuss how to create a wider learning assistance community, including participation in the statewide Tutor Expo in spring 2018.

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