Equity Webinars

2019 Webinars

JANUARY

Student Centered-Funding Formula

Please click here to view the recording of the fourth Student Centered Funding Formula webinar, which took place on December 4, 2018. This webinar focuses on the SCFF as it relates to the Student Equity and Achievement Program.

 

FEBRUARY

CVC-OEI/@ONE!  First Fridays -  Online Network of Educators

Creating Inclusivity and Supporting Equity: Building and Using an Equity Rubric

Do you want to improve inclusion and equity in your online and hybrid programs? We suggest ways to institutionalize practices that support diverse student populations to succeed in the online environment.

February 1 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am - Register Here

 

NameCoach- Creating a Sense of Belonging within Student Services

The webinar will discuss the various areas and ways student services can benefit from NameCoach and create a sense of belonging and connectedness for online students.

February 1 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm - Register Here

 

Guided Pathways Webinars

Clarifying Pathways with the End in Mind- Register Now

February 13, 2019 | 12 pm to 1 pm

This webinar provides the key factors that should be considered when developing pathways and program outcomes, including general education requirements, academic and job skills.

 

Guided Onboarding  - Register Now

February 20, 2019  | 12 pm to 1 pm

In contrast to simply completing applications and registering for courses, Guided Pathways institutions are dependent on the students' understanding and engaging with an educational goal early. Guided Pathways onboarding has been implemented by many strategies, which will be explored, but there are certain specific aspects common to all that should be addressed.

 

Student Support, Staying on the Path. What Does it Look Like? - Register Now

February 27, 2019  | 12 pm to 1 pm  

This webinar provides the key factors that should be considered when developing pathways and program outcomes, including general education requirements, academic and job skills.

 

CCC Digital Learning Day

Exploring Digital Literacies Across the Curriculum

Digital tools and the content they generate are reshaping the nature of literacy. In the digital era, literacy is no longer contained to reading and writing and can no longer be fostered exclusively through the ability to search for and find credible information. In this era of knowledge abundance, new digital literacies are required. These include, but are not limited to, analyzing and vetting the credibility of a constant barrage of digital information, deciphering complex visual content, using digital technologies, creating and adapting digital content within copyright permissions, and mindfully cultivating one’s own digital presence. As educators, we must simultaneously foster our own digital literacies and strive to design learning experiences that cultivate our student’s literacies, as well.

The CCC Digital Learning Day program is designed to spark your imagination, improve your digital literacy, and identify promising pedagogical applications of digital tools.

February 28, 2019 - Register Here

 

MARCH

CA Perkins-JSPAC - EQUITY ACTION WEBINAR SERIES (5)

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I. Equity Framework 2020-2021 - Creating Equity by Design (1-hour webinar)

March 27, 3:30 PM PST 
Presenter - Paul Gorski, Founder, EdChange, & Associate Professor, Integrative Studies, George Mason University, and Author

This webinar will introduce the foundational elements for designing an Equity Framework at your institution or school for 2020-21. The educational practitioner will be able to use these elements to equitize their school and schools systems by addressing systemic limitations, racism, and biases, and re-framing deficit thinking to asset thinking.

 

APRIL

CA Perkins-JSPAC - EQUITY ACTION WEBINAR SERIES (5)

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II. Equity Literacy (1-hour webinar)

April 18, 3:30 PM PST
Presenter - Paul Gorski, Founder, EdChange, & Associate Professor, Integrative Studies, George Mason University, and Author

This webinar will equip practitioners from K-12, Adult Education, and Community Colleges with a means to recognize biases and inequities and know how to respond to and redress biases and inequities.

III. The relationship between Self-Reflection and Diversity and Inclusion (1-hour webinar)

April 25, 3:30 PM PST
Presenter: Dr. Helen Griffith - CEO/Executive Director of e3 Civic High

This webinar will provide practitioners with strategies to help increase their ability to form authentic and effective relationships across differences by understanding the relationship between self-reflection and diversity and inclusion.

IV. Disrupting the patterns of inequity- What does it mean to disrupt inequity in education?

 

MAY 

CA Perkins-JSPAC - EQUITY ACTION WEBINAR SERIES (5)

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IV. Disrupting the patterns of inequity- What does it mean to disrupt inequity in education?

May 9, 3:30 PM PST
Presenter-William Blackford IV - William Blackford IV Consulting, & Senior Consultant for Franklin Covey International and Education Division & Keynote Speaker @ JSPAC Equity Conference 2018

This webinar will provide practitioners with approaches that allow for facilitation of conversations on race and equity with colleagues, family, friends, employers, and community.

V. Deficit Thinking to Asset Thinking: Teacher Strength and Student Strength - (1-hour webinar)

May 23, 3:30 PM PST
Presenter-William Blackford IV - William Blackford IV Consulting, & Senior Consultant for Franklin Covey International and Education Division & Keynote Speaker @ JSPAC Equity Conference 2018

This webinar will provide practitioners with an asset model approach from the lens of strength based thinking for both practitioners and student.