Corequisites in a Virtual Environment: Assessing Student Learning
This interactive webinar series will offer four different sessions on how to create and deliver effective and equitable corequisite mathematics courses online.
In this fourth session, explore a variety of methods for authentic assessment that measure and promote student learning in both corequisite and gateway mathematics courses. Contribute to the final discussion with the Dana Center on strategies that encourage engagement and help-seeking and promote academic integrity.
Cross-site Webinar with Community College Resource Center and SUNY
This webinar will focus on improving assessment through the use of multiple measures. Invite only (open to Strategy/Scaling sites & institutions).
Building Collaborative Relationships in the Field: SSTF Partner Network Overview
Molly Sarubbi will provide an overview of SSTF Service Partners, the purpose, the partners, the menu of services, and the grounding frameworks of quality & equity. A select group of network partners will share service highlights and offer opportunities for Q & A. This event is invitation only.
SSTF Monthly Cross-site Webinar: Intentionally Online - National Resource Center
While initially motivated by the crisis and uncertainty of the pandemic, movement to an online teaching and learning format represents a significant change that requires intentionality for success. This session will address strategic and practical issues and decisions for online education that speak to institutional culture, student needs, faculty development equity, and effective and enjoyable class sessions. This event is invitation only.
SSTF Partner-Led Research on Developmental Education
This webinar will feature the new research projects that are part of the 2020 Pooled Investments awarded to Strong Start to Finish to spur equity-centered developmental education research. Researchers from Rutgers University, University of Michigan, University of Houston, Houston Community College, Student Ready Strategies, and Motivate Lab will discuss their projects and how the projects advance the next phase of developmental education reform. This event is invitation only.