Available this week:
THE READING APPRENTICESHIP WORKSHOP, by Christopher Padgett, American River College
HOSTED BY DR. CARL SJOVOLD AND THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT, PUT THIS WORKSHOP ON YOUR CALENDAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 12-1, RHN 258
PROMOTED READING PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP:
Tanya Anderson from the Outreach Office is requesting your support for ONLY 1 HOUR! Deadline to sign up is Friday, October 24th. Flex Credit is available!
SCC – Preview Night gives 11th- 12th graders and their parents an opportunity to preview our campus and get information in preparation for coming to our college! We will showcase our academic and student services departments and have “Getting In” and Financial Aid workshops in English and Spanish for prospective students and their parents! Contact Tanya Anderson at AndersT@scc.losrios.edu if you need any additional information.
Upcoming next week:
The week of October 27
The week of November 3
Nov 3 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 6 Nov 7 Nov 7
The week of November 10
Nov 12 Nov 14 Nov 14
The week of November 17
Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 21 Nov 21
The week of November 24
Sacramento City College Student Success
Teaching, Learning, and Service Charette Guides:
Coming Soon… “The SCC Teaching, Learning, and Service Guide (Fall 2014 Division Charette)”
The Early Alert Referral System
This is a referral system for educators across campus to use with students needing assistance beyond the scope of the classroom. It brings together the appropriate resources that can contribute to student engagement, retention, persistence, and completion, which leads to student success!
IN THE NEWS:
The Chronicle for Higher Education
Inside Higher Education
The Quick & The Ed
Faculty Association of California Community Colleges, FACCC
Community Colleges Research Center
The National Association of Community College Teacher Education Program
Every human deserves protection under their country’s laws — even when that law is forgotten or ignored. Sharing three cases from her international legal practice, Kimberley Motley, an American litigator practicing in Afghanistan and elsewhere, shows how a country’s own laws can bring both justice and “justness”: using the law for its intended purpose, to protect.
As founder of the Ig Nobel awards, Marc Abrahams explores the world’s most improbable research. In this thought-provoking (and occasionally side-splitting) talk, he tells stories of truly weird science — and makes the case that silliness is critical to boosting public interest in science.