ERIC Number: ED326256
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Nov
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Teaching and Learning Strategies for Serving Underrepresented Students: A Collection of Resource Documents.
Grosz, Karen S., Comp.
Designed as a resource on teaching and learning strategies geared specifically toward underrepresented community college students, this collection of articles and reports includes the following: (1) "Successful Teaching Strategies: Instruction for Black and Hispanic Students in the California Community Colleges," by Olivia Mercado, Cheryl Fong, and Rita Cepeda; (2) "Recommendations for Action from the Statewide Invitational Symposium on the Enrollment, Retention, and Transfer of Minority Students"; (3) "California Faces...California's Future--A Blueprint for Whom," by Edison O. Jackson; (4) "Accommodating the Diversity Represented by Minority Students," by James C. Henderson; (5) "Teaching Black Students: The ABC's of It," by Donna Arnold; (6) "Hispanics and Higher Education: A CSU (California State University) Imperative;" (7) "Expanding Educational Equity in California's Schools and Colleges," by the Intersegmental Policy Task Force on Assembly Concurrent Resolution 83; (8) "Recruitment, Retention and Innovative Instructional Strategies for Culturally Diverse Minority College Students: A Review of the Literature," by Ofelia Arellano-Romero and John Eggler; (9) "Santa Barbara City College Academic Senate Statement on Underrepresented Students"; (10) "The Impact of Curriculum Design on Grouping Practices," by Philip Daro; (11) "Learning How to Learn," by Karen S. Grosz; (12) "GATEWAY to Success for First-Year Adult Learners: Programs and Strategies for Academic Achievement and Personal Growth," by Moylan C. Mills and Patricia Rizzolo; (13) "Defining Adult Students," by James Pappas and Rosalind Loring; (14) "The Washington Center: A Grass Roots Approach to Faculty Development and Curricular Reform," by Barbara Leigh Smith; (15) "Working with Underprepared Students: Strategies from Faculty at Long Beach City College"; (16) "Rethinking the Curriculum to Meet the Needs of Underprepared, Underrepresented, and Economically Disadvantaged Students: Majors and Courses for the 21st Century," by Dr. Nancy Clover Glock; (17) "New Majority Student Recommendations," by Bob Zavala; and (18) "President's Report: The Challenge of Cultural Diversity in the California Community Colleges," by Karen Sue Grosz. (JMC)
Descriptors: Adult Students, Black Students, College Role, Community Colleges, Curriculum Development, Economically Disadvantaged, Educationally Disadvantaged, Equal Education, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Learning Strategies, Literature Reviews, Minority Groups, Program Descriptions, School Holding Power, Teaching Methods, Two Year Colleges, Universities
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
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