Entries for 'Cuyamaca'

November 2020  

ESL instructors sometimes avoid difficult topics like race, civil rights, or immigration in the beginning ESL classroom out of concern that the language of those topics might be too "advanced.” However, our students engage with such difficult topics on a daily basis, so early exposure to, and practice with, that language may benefit them. In this Nov. 6, 2020 webinar, the presenters share approaches to discussing complex social issues in beginning ESL classrooms with examples from their classrooms.


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Areas of Impact > Teaching

July 2020  

Fourth issue of CAP's newsletter, featuring data and stories from CA community colleges transforming placement and remediation, including highlights from the first semester of full AB 705 implementation


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April 2020  

Rachel Polakoski from Cuyamaca College and Kathy Kubo from College of the Canyons have successfully taught Statistics with concurrent support using high-challenge, high-support pedagogy. They share tips and strategies for taking this pedagogy into the online environment.


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February 2020  

Third issue of the CAPacity Gazette, a newsletter from the California Acceleration Project 

February 2020


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