LINKS VTransformational ToolboxA Time to Reframe our Practice and Student Learning Foster City March 9, 2012
• Funded by the Chancellor’s Office to:Support faculty to transform curriculaand pedagogyClose achievement gapsHelp more students completeeducational milestones
• Examples of our work:more than 6,000 faculty, administrators, andstudents representing all 112 CCCs haveconnected to 3csnOver 25 colleges are working with us todevelop new accelerated English and Mathcourses (100+ sections thus far)15 colleges are participating in a new project tosupport students reading successfully in all oftheir courses
BASIC SKILLS PROGRESS TRACKER Provides faculty easy, immediate access to cohort data on student progress through course sequences at their college Available now; look for the icon below on our email@example.com
CONNECT TO THE NETWORKJoin us for other events contextualizing the cohort trackingtool in support of high impact student success initiatives:April 12 & 13th BSI Coordinators Event w/Mark LieuWoodlake Hotel, SacramentoApril 13th Math Pathways: Designing for Success w/UriTreisman Crowne Plaza, Foster CityJune 3-7th BSILI—Leadership for Curricular & InstitutionalTransformation UCLA Conference Center, Lake Arrowhead
CONNECT TO THE NETWORKTo register for these and other regional and communityof practice events, go to:•our website @http://3csn.org/•our calendar @ http://3csn.org/events/.For more information on pending events,email firstname.lastname@example.orgAll Events are Free!
Outcomes for the Day: An understanding of how 3CSN’s curricular and institutional redesign initiatives can assist your campus in its student success efforts. Access to resources and engagement at a deeper level for increasing student completion. Network building and mutual support across the region, state, and nation.
Plenary Panel: • Sugi Goen-Salter, • Professor Composition/Reading • San Francisco State University• Patricia James, Dean Library and Technology Mt. San Jacinto College • Robert Johnstone, Dean • Planning Research & Institutional Effectiveness •