Posts Tagged equity

Creating Equity-Minded Online Tutoring Sessions

You’re already AMAZING online tutors…now what?! Let’s make your online sessions equity-minded! Tutors help students become independent learners and earn higher grades, stay in school longer, and reach their educational goals. Tutoring is equity in action. This Introduction to Equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL)

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Creating Equity-Minded Online Tutoring Sessions

You’re already AMAZING online tutors…now what?! Let’s make your online sessions equity-minded! Tutors help students become independent learners and earn higher grades, stay in school longer, and reach their educational goals. Tutoring is equity in action. This Introduction to Equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL)

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Achieving Equity in STEM through Authentic Assessments

Assessments allow students to demonstrate what they know and allow us to measure their knowledge and skills. Using equity-based authentic assessments reflects our commitment to student-centered learning by providing students with opportunities to apply what they’ve learned and connect this learning on a deeper level to the

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Humanizing Pre-Course Contact with Google Sites

        Humanized online teaching practices support the non-cognitive or affective dimensions of student learning. Many students who enroll in online courses, particularly those from minoritized backgrounds, do not successfully log in and complete the first week successfully. Weeks 0-1 comprise a high opportunity zone

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How to Express Care with a Focus on Racial Equity

A six-part webinar series presented by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the USC Rossier Center for Urban Education. The series provides strategies for faculty and administrators to exercise agency of behalf of the most vulnerable students.

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Humanizing Pre-Course Contact with Google Sites

Humanized online teaching practices support the non-cognitive or affective dimensions of student learning. Many students who enroll in online courses, particularly those from minoritized backgrounds, do not successfully log in and complete the first week successfully. Weeks 0-1 comprise a high opportunity zone for increasing the percentage

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Equity-Minded Mathematics Instruction

A six-part webinar series presented by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the USC Rossier Center for Urban Education. The series provides strategies for faculty and administrators to exercise agency of behalf of the most vulnerable students.

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Online Support as an Anti-Racist Practice

A six-part webinar series presented by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the USC Rossier Center for Urban Education. The series provides strategies for faculty and administrators to exercise agency of behalf of the most vulnerable students.

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