Entries for 'ESL'

September 2020  

This webinar features researchers from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) and the Multiple Measures Assessment Project (MMAP) co-presenting on the landscape of English as a Second Language (ESL) programs in the California Community College system, with a focus on the variations in ESL pathways statewide and an exploration of pathways that help maximize throughput for different ESL student groups.


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September 2020  

Tone, facial expressions, voice, and other social cues are often lost in online classrooms where interactions are primarily text-based. Flipgrid helps reclaim these vital aspects of communication, enabling instructors and students to have asynchronous video conversations. The magic happens as connections and a strong class community are formed -- even from a distance.

 


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August 2020  

Though ESL and English have long been seen as two very separate disciplines, viewing the same students’ writing across multiple semesters reveals that students’ English can and does develop as they tackle the challenges of college-level coursework.  Following a close examination of selected students’ work, the presenters will share inclusive practices to support students from varied cultural and linguistic backgrounds in composition courses.

 


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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  

CAP leader and Cuyamaca ESL Professor Guillermo Colls shares tips and tricks for moving an ESL course online and answers your questions as we all work to move our classes online.


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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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May 2019  

The second issue of the CAPacity Gazette features stories from colleges that are transforming ESL, English, and math, including Cosumnes River, Foothill, Porterville, MiraCosta, Mt. San Antonio, Reedley, and Cuyamaca colleges, plus new corequisite remediation data from the Multiple Measures Assessment Project.

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April 2019  

A set of resources to support colleges to implement AB 705 in ways that produce the greatest gains in student completion and equity. 


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July 2018  

A Seat at the Table features three colleges where corequisite remediation and accelerated ESL instruction are producing substantial gains in completion and equity. Interviews with faculty at these colleges shed light on the classroom practices, teacher mindsets, and professional development efforts that are helping more students to succeed, providing useful guidance for other community colleges on how to implement the dramatic changes required by new legislation in California (AB 705).


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