Title V iPad Workshop
CSUSB-Palm Desert Campus - March 15, 2013
Title V Presentations
Integrative Learning in Learning Communities
November 16, 2012
Sue Parsons, Director of Cerritos College Teacher TRaining ACademy (Teacher TRAC) and Cerritos College Learning Communities. Faculty brought their SLOs, followed by a short discussion of Integrative Learning within LCs. Attendees planned for at least one integrative assignment across disciplines, using the unpacked course content as a starting point. Q&A followed with Sue.
On Course One-Day Workshop
March 2, 2012
Teresa Ward, Ed.D, Dean, Student Learning, Butte College. On campus Learner-Centered professional development presentation designed to provide participants with innovative strategies for empowing students to become active, responsible, and successful students.
Educational Access & Justice for All: Learning from Latina/o Teachers & Students
January 26, 2012
Dr. Gilda Ochoa, Professor of Sociology and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies at Pomona College.
A recipeint of several teaching awards from UCLA and Pomona College, Dr. Ochoa is currently writing a new book on the experiences of Asian American and Latina/o high school students in a Southern California school. Her previous works include Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community and Learning from Latino Teachers.
Understanding the Learning Process as a Gateway to Better Teaching
November 4, 2011
Dr. Michele DiPeitro, Executive Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and an Associate Professor of Statistics at Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. DiPeitro is also
co-author of 'How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching'
Project Success, Learning Communities Workshop
March 4, 2011
Sue Jensen, Grossmont College Grossmont's Project Success Learning Communities Program was presented to staff members with an emphasis on sharing integrative assignment ideas, developing curriculum for learning communities and stand-alone courses.