In the November 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success Monthly Webinar, Iowa State University Associate Professor, Dr. Erin Doran, presents research on the Ascender professional development model as founded on the model of communities of practice.
In this October 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success Webinar, Frank Savina of the University of Texas Dana Center reviews many of the myths that surround Mathematics learning in higher education and how they negatively impact Latinx students, in particular.
In the September 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, Dr. Tina Jackson, Dr. Catherine Olivarez, and department chair, Julie Wauchope, address the importance of Guided Pathways for Student Success, how it relates to co-requisite advising, and how academic departments can work with advisors to ensure students are placed according to their pathways into courses that suit their college and career goals.
In the June 2019 edition of the Teaching and Learning for Student Success Monthly webinar series, Palo Alto College (San Antonio, Texas) English/INRW professor, Dr. Rafael Castillo, and Austin Community College (Austin, Texas) English/INRW professor, Dr. Lydia CdeBaca, provide texts, lessons, and assignment options suited for a culturally relevant classroom.
The second in a two-part series begun in September 2018, in the May 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, Dr. Dora Elias McAllister reviews the importance of writing, writing processes, and writing strategies when seeking to publish qualitative research.
In this April 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, Keylan Morgan of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board outlines recent Texas policy changes that impact developmental education, adult education, and college readiness and provides an overview of what's to come in Texas higher education.
In the February 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success monthly webinar, Dr. Catherine Olivarez and Kelsey Kunkle explore the effect that state policies have on Latinx students' ability to transfer seamlessly between community college and university.
In the January 2019 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, Dr. LaDrina Wilson outlines some specific strategies that all faculty can use to better serve marginalized or underserved students.
In the November 2018 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, Palo Alto College professor and certified master teacher, Diane Lerma, showcases some of the successful teaching strategies she uses in her course, EDUC 1300, Learning Frameworks.
El Arrebato/The Struggle: Opening the Path Toward Empowerment, Enlightenment, and Conocimiento by Dr. Laura Rendón
In the October 2018 Teaching and Learning for Student Success Monthly Webinar, scholar mentor Dr. Laura Rendón offers strategies for social justice educators and advocates to survive and grow through arrebatos, or struggles, that we face in our personal and professional lives.
In the August 2018 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, El Paso native, UTEP professor, and tech start-up manager, Erik Pavia explores the benefits to growing up with adversity and scarcity as they relate to the skills of entrepreneurship.
In the September 2018 Teaching and Learning for Student Success webinar, researcher and consultant, Dr. Dora Elias McAllister, lays the foundation for getting started with qualitative research. She provides an overview of different kinds of qualitative research, suggestions for beginning the study, and resources for design and implementation.