Article in the “Equity Imperative” issue of Diversity and Democracy, Winter 2016 By Katie Hern and Jennifer Brezina During faculty workshops, we often ask people to raise their hands if their institutions are taking certain steps to address equity. Their responses follow a predictable pattern. Are they examining data on student outcomes, disaggregated by race […]
Across California, community colleges are redesigning remediation and changing placement policies to accelerate students through transfer-level English and math courses. But what do these changes mean for classroom instruction? The CAP Community of Practice supports faculty to implement high-challenge, high-support pedagogy in accelerated English and Statistics pathways. We define acceleration to include any changes to […]
3CSN sponsored two Reading Apprenticeship events in Northern California in February. On February 19, STEM faculty and Instructional Assistants from nearly 10 Northern California community colleges gathered at College of San Mateo for a Reading Apprenticeship in STEM workshop. The co-facilitators, representing Biology, Math, and Chemistry, are part of the Reading Apprenticeship Community College STEM Network […]
To kick off Spring 2016, American River College(ARC) and 3CSN recently co-sponsored a ½ day Reading Apprenticeship workshop. Reading Apprenticeship leaders and practitioners from six different disciplines at ARC facilitated this workshop for community college educators from the Sacramento area. After an overview of the Reading Apprenticeship framework, each instructor guided participants through a discipline-specific […]
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