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Presentations, Reports & Newsletters

Better Pathways by Uri Treisman

Joyful Conspiracy by Uri Treisman

Non-cognitive Interventions for Academic Success

DRAFT of the Student Success Task Force Recommendations Report

Summary of the Student Success Task Force Recommendations

Survey of Student Success Task Force DRAFT Recommendations

Cohorts - NEW

LINC - NEW

Math Department Retreat- NEW

Math Kombat- NEW

Puente - NEW

Reading - NEW

Title III 2012 Annual Performance Report (APR) 

Title III 2011 Annual Performance Report (APR) 

Title III 2010 Annual Performance Report (APR)

BSI 2011-12 Basic Skills Allocation Final Report & 2012-13 Action & Expenditure Plans

BSI 2010-11 Basic Skills Allocation End-of-Year Report & 2011-12 Action & Expenditure Plans

2010-11 BSI Action Plans

Title III ESL Support Workshops June 2012

Title III Reorganizing the Student Success Center June 2012

Innovations 2012 Conference Presentation:  Steering Ships: Institutional Efforts to Serve Students in Developmental Education - PDF

Innovations 2012 Conference Presentation:  Steering Ships: Institutional Efforts to Serve Students in Developmental Education - PPT 

DARE Assessment Practices Report 

Feedback on the Assessment Practices DRAFT Report:

 

De Anza Math Performance Success (MPS) Program's presentation at the CalDE Conference Picture of the MPS program logo

 

DARE Update 12.1.2010 (PDF)

DARE Overview Powerpoint (PDF) 

DARE Overview Powerpoint (.ppt)

Winter 2011

Note to Educators: Hope Required When Growing Roses in Concrete--a lecture by Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade from the Harvard Educational Review (Also presented at the SSS conference):

In this lecture, Jeff Duncan-Andrade explores the concept of hope, which was central to the Obama campaign, as essential for nurturing urban youth. He first identifies three forms of “false hope”—hokey hope, mythical hope, and hope deferred—pervasive in and peddled by many urban schools. Discussion of these false hopes then gives way to Duncan-Andrade’s conception of “critical hope,” explained through the description of three necessary elements of educational practice that produce and sustain true hope. Through the voices of young people and their teachers, and the invocation of powerful metaphor and imagery, Duncan-Andrade proclaims critical hope’s significance for an education that relieves undeserved suffering in communities.



Developmental & Readiness Education (DARE)

Jennifer Myhre              DARE Co-Chair                BSI Faculty Coordinator

408.864.8560

Rowena Tomaneng        DARE Co-Chair                AVP of Instruction

408.864.8510

Deepa Yuvaraj               Program Coordinator      DARE - BSI            

408.864.8995

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