We invite you to interact with us and your colleagues as we share ideas to enhance student learning and persistence. We look forward to your active engagement.
How can we give voice to the fastest growing minority in the United States? How can we eliminate inflammatory labels like illegal aliens and deportables? Join me for a discussion of the book, Dreaming Forward that tells the stories of Mexican-Americans in their own voices. Their earliest dreams often began in Mexico when they decided to move to the U.S. for opportunity. Some of these dreams led to disappointment; however, there is a strong commitment to dream forward while holding on to a deep respect for the past. What does dreaming forward really mean?
Do university instructors in South Africa and Kazakhstan have different ideas of how to create meaningful access and support for traditionally underserved student populations? What approaches to effective teaching and learning do we share around the world? What are the common barriers to success? How do we all arrive at solutions? Let’s explore the distinctions and similarities.
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What do we mean by meaningful access and support? How can we create learning environments that promote college completion? Let’s explore these five imperatives from the white paper (see white paper here) and share ways to achieve them.