WEBINAR 1: Establishing a New Standard of Care for STEM Calculus: Results from a Randomized, Controlled TrialDate: Friday, March 8, 2024, from 12:00-1:00 (Pacific)Description: Join us for a discussion of active learning in STEM Calculus, with a focus on students with lower precalculus proficiency. Researcher Dr. Charity Watson will share results from a large randomized
Looking for equity-focused professional development resources that will support your communities of practice? Trying to make good use of your college’s AB 1705 funds? This webinar series focuses on equity-minded teaching strategies and professional development resources backed by research within the California Community Colleges. WEBINAR 1: New insights into Math Instruction that Promotes EquityDate: Friday,
WEBINAR 1: Corequisite Support for STEM Calculus I at Mt. SACDate: March 16 from 3-4:30 Description: Mt. SAC has offered a corequisite for Calculus I for several years as an option for students deemed calculus ready, but who want extra support. With AB 1705 and the mandate for STEM students to begin in calculus, Mt. SAC is
Webinar: Will AB 1705 Lead to Stronger and More Equitable Calculus Completion for the Business Major?
Join us MARCH 2, 2023 from 3:00-4:00 for a discussion of access to and support in Applied Calculus in California’s community colleges and the potential impact of AB 1705 on calculus completion for the business major. Myra Snell, CAP Co-Founder and Professor of Mathematics, will discuss CAP’s new report. Michelle Beatty, Professor of Mathematics at
The October 2022 issue of the CAPacity Gazette focuses on strategies that boost transfer-level English completion for English learners, and this fall the CAP webinars spotlight the collaborative work of ESL and English faculty at select colleges engaged in this transformative work. We’ll also connect with researchers to provide updates on the most recent research
Spring Semester Essays Are Rolling In! CAP invites English and ESL composition faculty to join this session focused on prioritizing feedback and responding to non-native student writing with concrete and intentional strategies to guide improvement. Kelly Kadi (Diablo Valley College) and Nathan Cayanan (Irvine Valley College) will share samples of student work from their transfer-level