May 6 2018 archives – staff resource center – sacramento city college gas quality by brand

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IEPI will enhance the system’s ability to serve its students effectively and improve student success in measurable ways. An important focus of the initiative is to draw on the exceptional expertise and innovation that exists within the system in advancing effective practices and avoiding potential pitfalls.

As a college, we recognize and are distressed by the fact that too few of our students are achieving their educational goals; we commit to reversing this by increasing equity and effectiveness of how students move into, through, and out of Sacramento City College.

Dana Schutz has a visually cacophonous, 13-foot-long painting titled Building the Boat While Sailing. In reviewing the work for the New Yorker, Andrea Scott referred to it as, “an allegory for the process of making a painting.” We think this painting might also serve as an allegory for teaching, which is very much its own creative process. Even in courses with clearly stated objectives and fastidious alignment, the learning environment changes shape frequently as a given term unfolds.

This document is an outgrowth of the 2016 National Education Technology Plan (NETP). The NETP presents a shared vision and call to action for transformational learning enabled by technology at all levels of our education system. Building on the work of leading education researchers; state, district, school, and higher education leaders; teachers; developers; entrepreneurs; and nonprofit organizations, the NETP recommends actions that would enable everywhere, all-the-time learning and ensure greater equity and accessibility to learning opportunities over the course of a learner’s lifetime. While the concepts, recommendations, and examples in the NETP are applicable to higher education and postsecondary learning, they draw extensively from P-12 frameworks and rely heavily on its terminology and promising practices, but are not primarily applicable to the complex context of postsecondary learning or devote specific focus to its promising practices.

IEPI will enhance the system’s ability to serve its students effectively and improve student success in measurable ways. An important focus of the initiative is to draw on the exceptional expertise and innovation that exists within the system in advancing effective practices and avoiding potential pitfalls.

As a college, we recognize and are distressed by the fact that too few of our students are achieving their educational goals; we commit to reversing this by increasing equity and effectiveness of how students move into, through, and out of Sacramento City College.

Dana Schutz has a visually cacophonous, 13-foot-long painting titled Building the Boat While Sailing. In reviewing the work for the New Yorker, Andrea Scott referred to it as, “an allegory for the process of making a painting.” We think this painting might also serve as an allegory for teaching, which is very much its own creative process. Even in courses with clearly stated objectives and fastidious alignment, the learning environment changes shape frequently as a given term unfolds.

One of the things about SCC is the faculty and staff’s unfailing commitment to help students succeed. This ethic of care translates into appropriate interventions to assist students who are experiencing difficulties. The Community of Care Program (Care Team) is here to assist faculty and staff to assist in serving students.

• After speaking with the student, regardless of the outcome, please submit a report by clicking on the SCC – Early Alert Referral icon on your desktop. This submission will allow for better documentation, as well as help us determine if the concerns are isolated or a pattern of behavior. If you are off campus or can’t access the program, you can also go to: http://sarsalert.scc.losrios.edu/SARSAlert

DSPS provides a variety of academic support services to students with disabilities. Our goal is to provide students the opportunity to participate fully in all aspects of college programs and activities through appropriate and reasonable accommodations.

“When credits are lost in the transfer process, students often take on more debt and spend more time retaking courses,” says Josh Wyner, executive director of the Aspen Institute’s College Excellence Program. “That is inefficient not just for students, but for taxpayers.”