First a Moment of Empathy
Campus Groups’ Presentations
San Diego Mesa’s Presentation
West Hills, Coalinga’s Presentation (perhaps in need of a title revision ☺)
Gavilan College’s Presentation
Presentation Peer Review
They shared and discussed right through their break!
‘Implementing effective practices within the confines of the institution,’ says IEPI, but integrated planning helps to free us from the confines, empower us…toward the shared goal–shared WHY–of student success. – Crystal
Equity by Design
How can/does equity exist at the heart of your initiatives? – Danny
Unless you acknowledge what actually is happening and has happened, then you aren’t really having an authentic conversation [about equity]. – Arnita
Principles for Enacting Equity (for more information, see article)
- Clarity in language goals, and measures is vital to effective equitable practices.
- Equity-mindedness should be the guiding paradigm for language and action.
- Equitable practice and policies are designed to accommodate differences in the contexts of student’s learning–not to treat all students the same.
- Enacting equity requires a continual process of learning, disaggregating data, and questioning assumptions about relevance and effectiveness.
- Equity must be enacted as a pervasive institution- and system-wide principle.
This brings me back to the four-quadrant thinking. The reproduction of inequality/inequity lives in quadrant 4. Who we are lives in quadrant 3. – Mark
Professional Learning Hub: Pulling It Together
Day 3.0 Slides
- Put finishing touches on your logic model and your theory of change.
- Work on your PL Hub Plan and Calendar
- Preview/skim PL articles: