Do you keep hearing about assessment, assessment maps, plans, and data gathering? Do you want to be a more active participant in these processes that support program and curriculum improvement? Then the Fall 2021 Assessment Forums are the place to be!
The purpose of the first forum is to analyze data and/or report on courses assessed during the 2020-21 academic year. The purpose of the second forum is to map and plan for assessing courses during the 2022-23 academic year.
The SLOAC leadership team will be available to help answer questions and work with teams during the sessions. We anticipate working in a Hi-Flex model: prior to registration, consult with your team to determine whether you will be in-person or meeting online. Online meetings will be held via WebEx.
Click on the Underlined Links below to register for the forums.
The CTLA and the CGCC Human Resources Department would like to encourage employees to sign up for the upcoming Implicit Bias training program. Training is available to ALL employees and is free. Training will be offered on the following dates:
The CUSD Lecture Series is a professional learning community that invites thought leaders to CUSD around an array of topics within an inclusive learning domain. The lectures seek to build our capacity individually and collectively as we engage a diverse student population.
This year, we are proud to be sponsored by our corporate and community partners: Arizona State University, Intel, Scholastic, Chandler Education Association (CEA), and State Farm.
Due to COVID-19, the 2021-2022 lecture series will be offered through a virtual platform until we are able to gather in person. Questions during the lecture will be sent to Dr. Adama Sallu and will be answered during the Q & A section of the lecture.
Register for 2021-2022 CUSD Lecture Series #1 - Getting it Right: Building a Diverse Classroom for an Inclusive Learning Community
Speaker Bio: Mr. Michael Haggen, Senior VP & Chief Academic Officer, Scholastic
Research shows that reading is paramount to academic success. That's why building classroom and school libraries that incorporate diverse perspectives, is an essential component of successful learning outcomes for all students. So, the question remains – how can we provide mirrors and windows in classrooms and school libraries that ignite the joy of reading for all students? The session will focus on research on the power of independent reading through the provision of mirrors and windows. Join us as we explore a transformative framework that uses literacy to increase learning outcomes for all students, one book at a time.
The events featured on this page are for MCCCD faculty brought to you by the faculty development committee, SLOAC, and the CTLA.