On May 11, 2018, The Equity Project visited Shasta College where faculty, staff and administrators from across the Far North region engaged in a lively, informative discussion regarding pedagogy and practices to increase online student success. Participants connected with their “why” before exploring today’s students, equity, humility, and culturally responsive teaching and learning. They then discussed […]
3CSN coordinators are presenting at ASCCC Career and Noncredit Education Institute May 3-5, 2018, in Costa Mesa. There are over 300 participants at this year’s institute representing a variety of CTE fields and noncredit courses. Our presentations include: (more…)
LINKS 2018 continued on Saturday, April 21st. The day began with a warm welcome and debrief by Deborah Harrington and Rose Asera (Leading from the Middle/RP Group). Melissa Bader and Misty Burruel (LFM) then presented Leading from the Middle: Assessing Conditions for Change – Individual Impact. Using an iceberg as a metaphor, practitioners assessed their […]
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How can Habits of Mind and Reading Apprenticeship (RA) mutually support one another to help students deepen their confidence, engagement, and fluency with academic texts? This was the inquiry question that recently brought educators together on September 22nd at Hartnell College in Salinas. In a 1-day workshop called “Making the Invisible Visible,” participants (more…)
To kick off the spring semester, nearly 40 CSU Monterey Bay and Ohlone College faculty members came together to explore discipline-specific literacies through an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship workshop at CSU Monterey Bay on January 17, 2017. These faculty members teach in diverse disciplines and learning contexts, including Cinematic Arts and Documentary Film Production, English, First […]
Sierra College hosted an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship Workshop for ESL. ESL educators convened to learn how the RA Framework and Routines can be used to apprentice English Language Learners, and they engaged in rich discussion of teaching and learning to help our students find greater success. Also, special thanks to Susan Gaer and Tiffany Ingle […]
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