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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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Intro to Equity & CRTL Regional Event (9/29/17) – Riverside City College

The Intro to Equity and CRTL workshop will give participants an opportunity to engage in activities and learn tools that will support efforts in reducing equity and opportunity gaps and improving student success outcomes. Facilitators, Arnita Porter and Paula Brown, will provide tools and strategies for embedding CRTL and high-impact practices to create equity-minded classrooms and student services programs that are welcoming, supportive, and learning-centered. In this interactive workshop, participants will: 

1. be introduced to principles of Equity, CRTL, and Cultural Humility; 

2. engage in discussions to increase awareness and deepen their understanding of learning barriers, such as unconscious bias and stereotype threat; 

3. learn effective strategies for embedding equity and CRTL principles and practices into their daily practice;  

4. engage in activities to support their efforts in helping students reach their goals and improve student success outcomes. 

This regional event is open to instructors, counselors, classified staff, administrators, and all who are interested in building capacity for equity work. Join us to share ideas, network, and build community. 

Tentative Agenda: 

12:00 pm – Check-in, Working Lunch 

12:00 – 12:15 – Welcome, Introductions, Icebreaker 

12:15 – 1:00 – Session A, Activities

1:00 – 1:45 – Session B, Activities

1:45 – 2:00 – Break

2:00 – 3:00 – Session C, Activities

3:00 – 3:45 – Session D, Activities

3:45 – 4:00 – Reflections, Next Steps, Feedback 

Campus Map: HERE

 

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EQUITY & CRT

Equity Project Leadership Series at Ventura College!

    Ventura College hosted the first of their four part Equity Project Leadership Series on Thursday, August 10th, in the new state-of-the-art, Applied Science Center.  The first series was titled, Designing a Cohesive, Equity-Embedded Framework for Student Success at Ventura College.  The program ran from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with a lite breakfast before […]

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Intro to CRTL Regional Event – Ventura College (4/20/2017)

The Introduction to Culturally Responsive Training and Learning (CRTL) workshop gives participants an opportunity to engage in activities and learn tools that will support their efforts in reducing equity and opportunity gaps and improving student success outcomes.  Facilitators, Arnita Porter and Paula Brown will introduce CRTL modules on Race and Culture, Mindsets, Learning Barriers, and Social Capital and demonstrate how equity-minded practices support efforts to provide equitable outcomes for students across disciplines and in the delivery of services.  The guided activities will assist participants in reimagining their students from a strength-based perspective in order to improve students’ sense of belonging, foster engagement, and expand their knowledge networks that lead to improved success. Finally, presenters will share how colleges are utilizing CRTL to address disparities and achieve goals outlined in their student equity and college success plans. This regional event is open to instructors, counselors, classified staff, administrators, and all who are interested in building capacity for equity work.

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Introduction to Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning — Mesa College (9/23/16)

Agenda

  • 8:30 to 9:00: Conversation and Coffee
  • 9:00 to 2:30: Event
  • Light Breakfast and Lunch Included

Description

Feautured Speakers: Arnita Porter and Paula Brown

The Introduction to Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL) workshop gives participants an opportunity to engage in activities and learn tools that will support their efforts in reducing equity gaps and improving student success outcomes. Facilitators will introduce CRTL modules on Race and Culture, Mindsets, Learning Barriers, and Social Capital, and demonstrate how specific practices support participants’ efforts to provide equitable outcomes for all students. The guided activities will assist participants in reimagining their students from a strength-based perspective in order to improve students’ sense of belonging, foster engagement, and expand their knowledge networks that lead to improved success. Finally, presenters will share how colleges are utilizing CRTL to address disparities and achieve goals outlined in their student equity and college success plans.

Campus Map

-Event located in G-101 (Humanities and Multicultural Studies Building)

-Parking:

  • SDICCCA parking permits accepted.  Click here to find out if your campus is in SDICCCA.
  • If you are coming from outside of SDICCA, please email Mark Manasse at Mark@3csn.org for a permit.
  • Lots 7, 8, 9, 10 are closest to the G Building, but you can park in any lot.

 

 

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