Deadlines to Complete Professional Development Obligation for the 2021-2022 Academic Year:
VRC office hours: Every Thursday, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM and Friday! 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM No need to register, just stop by!
Zoom ID: 4084502527
Please join your colleagues in person for a five-session series discussing ways in
we can identify and manage our biases to become culturally competent Classified Professionals.
Session 1: Higher Education Systems & Race March 23rd, 10-11:30 AM
Session 2: Cultural Competency 101 April 13th, 2-3:30 PM
Session 3: Practicing Cultural Competency April 28th, 10-11:30 AM
Session 4: Bias & Implicit Bias May 5th, 2-3:30 PM
Session 5: Hiring and Promotions May 12th, 10-11:30 AM
The Culture & Community Circle sessions celebrate the experiences and contributions of various communities including people who are differently abled (Disabilities Awareness month); the Filipino/a/x community, (Filipinx Heritage month); the Latino/a/x community (Latinx Heritage month); Undocumented/Status/DACAmented /Dreamer students, (Undocumented Student Action Week), the Middle Eastern community, and the contributions of women (Women's History Month).
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Come join your colleagues to discuss effective teaching practices for a remote/online format via Zoom.
Spring 2022 dates coming soon!
*For Professional Development credit, please register for each session through Zoom and the Vision Resource Center.
Contact the Teaching & Learning Coordinator for more information regarding borrowing resources from the Cuyamaca Equity Lending Library.
The Equity-Minded Teaching and Learning Institute (EMTLI) is a yearly cohort-based professional development activity in which participating faculty analyze their classroom data, disaggregate by race/ethnicity, and then make changes to their curriculum and teaching practices using an equity-minded teaching framework.
Cuyamaca College has partnered with Encuentros Leadership in hopes of bringing their efforts to the Spring Valley and Rancho San Diego communities to focus on reducing high school drop-out rates and promoting college attendance for Latino middle and high school male students.
The Grossmont and Cuyamaca onine education teams are excited to share 13 workshops hosted by 11 facilitators from throughout the district. The workshops were developed in response to our Fall 2021 survey and have been organized by theme. Whether you plan to teach fully online, hybrid, or use Canvas to support your face-to-face course, there are sure to be helpful tips and ideas at each of the workshops.
This webinar was co-sponsored by the University of Southern California's Race & Equity Center, The Steve Fund, and University of Michigan's National Center for Institutional Diversity.
The Annual Social Justice & Black Consciousness Conference was established in 2019 to empower students to make changes by highlighting current issues of social in/justice, showcasing the work of local activists and students, and connecting students to local organizations actively engaged in social justice efforts.
An Anti-Racist & Equity-Minded Community of Practice.
Based on videos available on Emmanuel Acho's YouTube channel, Acho creates a safe place to remove barriers and start the powerful dialogue regarding race.
Downloadable materials from the California Community Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance professional learning sessions.