Contextualized Teaching and Learning Regional Meeting South

Deadline to Register/Application Deadline: 
Friday, December 2, 2016 - 5:00pm

Eventbrite - Contextualized Teaching and Learning Regional Meetings -North and South

 

Location: Palomar College

1140 W. Mission Road, San Marcos, CA 92069

Please see map for campus location.

Room for the event: MD 157 (Breakfast and Lunch will be served in the MD 157 patio area) 

The agenda is attached and will be available Saturday as a handout.  The Palomar College map is also attached.  We will be at Palomar College San Marcos Center (main campus). Although the attached map notes check-in and welcome at the Student Center, all activities will be in MD-157 or the adjoining patio.

There are no parking passes needed as long as you park in designated visitor spaces in Visitor/Staff Lots 1 or 2. 

Please note, attendees who no-show will be billed a $25 cancellation fee.  If you need to cancel, we must receive cancellations in writing prior to December 2, 2016.

 

Registration

Please select December 3 for the South meeting.

Presentation Materials

Program

                                                               ASCCC Contextualized Basic Skills-South Regional, Palomar College

                                                                                  December 3, 2016 - 9:30am-3:00pm

 

9:00-9:30         Check-in / Continental Breakfast

9:30-9:40         Welcome and Introductions

Cheryl Aschenbach, ASCCC Executive Committee, Lassen College

Dr. Joi Lin Blake, President, Palomar College

9:40-10:10       Chancellor’s Office Basic Skills Update

Kirsten Corbin, Dean of Basic Skills and Noncredit Curriculum, CCCCO

10:10-11:10     Contextualized Basic Skills – an overview

Naomi Castro, Director, Career Ladders Project

11:10-11:25     Break (15)

11:25-12:15     Contextualizing Learning to Teach Basic Skills

Laura Hinckley, El Camino College

12:15-1:00       Lunch & Networking

1:00-1:45         Contextualizing English and Reading

1:45-2:30         Collaborative Activity - Campus Contextualization Wrap Up