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One of our BSILI 2016 participating teams reflects on the experience and shares what’s next on their road to student success! Are you ready to be a part of the journey? Send a team to BSILI 2017!
You are invited to submit an application to attend 3CSN’s 8th Annual Summer Leadership Institute: BSILI—Leadership for Curricular and Institutional Transformation June 12-17, 2016 Join with educators from your campus, district, or region, who are interested in developing leadership to support an initiative related to one of the following: Basic Skills Transformation Grant Acceleration […]
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. […]
For those of you who missed the post-conference session, it was AMAZING. Each of the Communities of Practice gave great reports on what they have accomplished thus far and where they are going next. Both the Acceleration and Reading Apprenticeship BSILI CoPs have two well established CoPs to latch onto and interact with (CAP and RAP, respectively.) […]
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 […]
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 […]