Webinar: Across the False Divide

Supporting English Learners in College-Level Composition 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

Webinar: Tips and Tricks for Taking ESL Courses Online

The Cuyamaca ESL department has worked to convert all of their face-to-face ESL courses to fully online. In this webinar, CAP leader and Cuyamaca ESL Professor Guillermo Colls will share tips and tricks for moving an ESL course online and answer questions you have as we all work to move our classes online. His tips

Webinar: Tips for Maintaining a High Challenge, High Support Math Pedagogy in Online Corequisite Courses

The Citrus College Math Department implemented interactive, high-challenge, high-support pedagogy in all of their open-access corequisites for transfer-level math.  Professors Tracy Nguyen and Victoria Dominguez are both experienced online instructors who were instrumental in helping to quickly move this innovative pedagogy into online classes during the current crisis. They share tips and strategies used in Statistics and

Webinar: Tips and Tricks for Taking English Corequisites Online

This is the recorded version of CAP’s webinar featuring Jamie Dingman, a Citrus College English instructor who has been teaching corequisite-supported English composition since spring 2018. The webinar focuses on addressing questions and concerns of faculty who had to make the sudden shift to online instruction because of the Covid-19 pandemic, with an emphasis on how to

Getting There II

A Statewide Progress Report on Implementation of AB 705 A new law, Assembly Bill 705 (Irwin), is driving dramatic changes to how the California Community Colleges place students into English and math courses. In fall 2019, AB 705 began requiring the colleges to use students’ high school grades as the primary means of placement; restricting