This webinar provides an overview of the development and use of the Community College Instructional Development Inventory (CC-IDI). Additionally, this webinar will help to identify key areas in need of professional development for community college instructional faculty. Implications for training and development will be discussed for faculty teaching in developmental education.
The Minority Male Community College Collaborative announces ‘National Consortium on College Men of Color.’ (M2C3) to launch the national consortium dedicated to advancing outcomes for underrepresented men of color at community colleges.
Southwestern College will join Minority Male Community College Collaborative’s (M2C3) first consortium dedicated to improving and advancing the success of men of color as well as students from historically underserved communities.
Earlier this year, President Barack Obama announced the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, aimed at improving how colleges can address the needs of minority men. One of the research groups compiling data for the initiative is based at San Diego State University.
The purpose of this webinar was to identify community college faculty members’ culturally relevant teaching practices and strategies for men of color. The culturally relevant teaching practices and strategies were elicited from community college faculty members who were categorized as the Allies and the Choir due to their efforts to foster the success of men of color in the classroom.
Latino Men are more likely to enroll into public two-year colleges. Understanding their experiences in community college and post transfer are critical in understanding their success.
Early alert systems are used by colleges to intervene when student show signs of impending retention concerns. This webinar will overview different early alert models and provide recommendations on how to best structure systems to foster student success.
Microaggressions are common, subtle, messages that communicate racial indignations. Typically, these messages are unconscious in nature. However, racial-gender and sexual orientation microaggressions have an integral influence on students’ perceptions of campus climates as hostile, alienating, and isolating. Some of the common microaggressions men of color face in community college will be discussed in this webinar. Recommendations for faculty, staff, and administrative professional development will also be offered.
Large contingents of men of color are concentrated in varsity athletics. However, programming designed to support men of color in the community college often overlooks this segment of men. Promising practices on how community colleges can best support men of color before, during, and after their athletic experiences.
Research has shown that masculine identities can influence the success of men of color in college. This webinar will discuss how those engaged in retention programming can design and implement efforts to address the influence of masculine identity on success of men of color.