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ERIC Number: ED326256
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Nov
Pages: 315
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
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