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Teaching Men of Color in the Community College

Community of Practice: Teaching Men of Color in the Community College

CRN: 514
Time: 1:30-3:00pm
Place: Multi-Use 251
Strand: EQ
Credt 1.50

Join us for the Orientation and first session of the next Teaching Men of Color in Community College Community of Practice (CoP). During the Fall of 2017, we will meet twice in the semester, complete a 15-hour online course about Teaching Men of Color in Community Colleges and share our learnings with our colleagues in a report back session in December. The purpose of the Community of Practice is to create a reflective space for open dialogue related to the educational experiences of male students of color and practices, including pedagogy, support strategies and curriculum, we can deepen in order to better serve our male students of color and close achievement gaps at CCSF. Over time we discuss and develop new practices, evolve current practices and provide a community of support as we engage in this work. Please email Tracy Burt at tburt@ccsf.edu with any questions and fill out this survey link if you are interested in joining the CoP: tinyurl.com/qcyzcyl

Course Materials Training & Textbook

Course Materials Downloadable Readings (PDF)

Bauer, K. (2014, Summer). Black Male Community College Students and Faculty-Student Engagement: Diffefences in Faculty Validation and Time Status. Journal of Progressive Policy & Practice.

Donald Mitchell Jr., K. M. (2015). Student Involvement & Academic Outcomes. In K. M. Donald Mitchell Jr., Student Involvement & Academic Outcomes (New edition edition ed., p. 252). Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers.

Frank Harris III, H. S. (2008). Masculinities go to community college: Understanding male identity socialization and gender role conflict. (U. o. Pennsylvania, Producer) Retrieved 2017, from bepress: https://works.bepress.com/sharper/14/

J. Luke Wood, R. T. (2015). The Context, Actions, and Outcomes (CAO) Model of Institutional Responsibility. In R. T. J. Luke Wood, Black Men in Higher Education A Guide to Ensuring Student Success (p. 13). New York and London: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

J. Luke Wood and Turner, Caroline S.(2011) 'Black Males and the Community College: Student
Perspectives on Faculty and Academic Success', Co
mmunity College Journal of Research and Practice, 35: 1, 135 — 151

J. Luke Wood and Vasquez Urias, Marissa (2015, Spring). The Effect of Non-Cognitive Outcomes on Perceptions of School as a Feminine Domain Among Latino Men in Community College Culture , Society  & Masculinities, 7(1), 11.

J. Luke Wood. (2014, January 10). Apprehension to Engagement in the Classroom: Perceptions of Black Males in the Community CollegeInternational Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 2014, 19.

John D. Harrison, A. M. (2014, Summer). Black Male Students in the Community College and Faculty Student Engagement:Differential Scores Across Levels of Faculty-Derived Campus Ethos. Journal of Progressive Policy & Practice, 2(2), 134-147.

Mason, H. P. (1998). A Persistence Model For African American Male Urbancommunity College Students . In H. P. Mason, Community College Journal of Research and Practice. Chicago, Il.

Palacios, A. M. (2014, Summer). Perceptions of Degree Utility Among Men of Color: Comparing Interactions Across Validaton, Stressful Life Events, and Race. Journal of Progressive Policy & Practice.

Paulsen, M. B. (n.d.). Men of Color in Community Colleges: A Synthesis of Empiral Findings. In M. B. Paulsen, & M. B. Paulsen (Ed.), Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research (Vol. 30, p. 44). New York and Londong: Springer International Publishing AD Switzerland.

Victor B. Sáenz, C. L. (2013, fall). Latino Males in Texas Community Colleges: A Phenomenological Study of Masculinity Constructs andtheir Effect on College Experiences. JAAME, 4(2), 21. Retrieved from CENTER FOR ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ADVANCEMENT: https://training.coralearning.org/