Scaling-up from classroom- to program-level with InTeGrate materials at 2YCs
9-10 AM Pacific | 10-11 AM Mountain | 11 AM-12 PM Central | 12-1 PM Eastern
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This webinar will focus on possible ways to scale up from classroom use of InTeGrate modules at two-year-colleges (2YCs) to thinking on a larger, program-level scale. The InTeGrate website describes these opportunities as "Implementation Programs". Institutions, or clusters of institutions, are invited to apply for grants of up to $50,000 to develop and evaluate programs that model innovative ways of 1) increasing the number and diversity of students developing Earth literacy and/or 2) preparing a diverse workforce equipped to bring geosciences to bear in addressing societal issues. This webinar will be a place to learn more about these opportunities and hear from some 2YC groups that are doing innovative things in a similar vein. Participants will have the opportunity to ask the presenters questions and discuss implementation program options.Webinar Slides (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 37.1MB Mar13 15)
- Encourage 2YC faculty to adopt InTeGrate modules at a scale that is larger than a single course.
- Present InTeGrate implementation program opportunities to 2YC faculty.
- Showcase current 2YC programs that have moved beyond an individual classroom of change (not necessarily using InTeGrate materials).
- Allow participants to ask questions about possible implementation programs involving their own college.
InTeGrate Implementation Programs by Cathy Manduca
Overview of the UTEP/EPCC (University of Texas at El Paso /El Paso Community College) Implementation Program by Joshua Villalobos
Border to Beltway - a Field Exchange between two Community Colleges by Callan Bentley
Teaching Mineralogy at the 2YC: Opportunities and Partnerships by Shelley Jaye
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Through a 2YC-4YC Partnership by Gretchen Miller
Perspectives from a 2YC Natural Science Dean by David Douglass
Questions and discussion.
Elizabeth Nagy-Shadman (Pasadena City College)
Callan Bentley (Northern Virginia Community College)
David Douglass (Pasadena City College)
Shelley Jaye (Northern Virginia Community College)
Cathy Manduca (SERC)
Gretchen Miller (Wake Tech Community College)
Joshua Villalobos (El Paso Community College)
Format: Online web presentation via Adobe Connect web conference software with questions and discussion. Participants will receive an email with instructions detailing how to log into the event after the registration period has closed. Participation requires an internet connected computer and a phone line. For additional information on the format, see the Technology page.