Achieving the Dream/Student Success Initiative‐Summit #1: Placement for Success

The Los Angeles Community College District, in collaboration with the Student Success Initiative Committee and Achieving the Dream, held its first planned professional learning summit,  Placement for Success, on October 30 at Los Angeles Southwest College.  The summit had more than 50 participants from 19 campuses across the region, including Career Ladders Project and LACCD administrators.  Six […]

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Learning Assistance Sharing Event at L.A. Pierce College

L.A. Pierce College held a Sharing Event on October 16, 2015 to introduce participants to the Learning Assistance Project (LAP) for 3CSN, whose mission is to work across campuses to sustain a community of educators toward the professionalization of postsecondary tutoring and learning assistance.  Program Director Crystal Kiekel provided an overview for participants from 9 […]

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FYE Program Site Visit – L.A. Southwest College

Los Angeles Southwest College’s FYE Program held a site visit for participants from around the region to learn how Southwest successfully serves a large portion of incoming students.  FYE Program Counselor/Coordinator, Ming-huei Lam,  gave an overview of their program, discussed counseling interventions, and other measures that provide support for first generation students and those attending […]

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Los Angeles Community College District Academic Senate Summit

LARN co-hosted LACCD’s Academic Senate Summit on September 26, 2015 at L.A. Valley College.  The Summit is an annual event that occurs in the fall for faculty and administrators of the District’s nine campuses. This year’s theme was “Towards a More Effective District: LACCD in the 21st Century.” Over 140 attendees gathered from all nine campuses, […]

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4th Annual Achieving the Dream Retreat

The 4th Annual Achieving the Dream Retreat was held on May 29, 2015 at Los Angeles City College. There were 48 participants, including three AtD coaches present. We reviewed the four AtD goals from this past year, including survey data regarding these programs/plans: First Year Experience Programs, Assessment/Placement, Developmental Educational Pathways, and Culturally Responsive Teaching […]

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BSI Reporting & Equity Planning for the LA Region

On September 12, 2014, LACCD teamed up with 3CSN to facilitate two successful and informative events at West Los Angeles College: The Basic Skills Initiative (BSI) Reporting Workshop for the Los Angeles Region and the Equity Planning Workshop for Foster Youth. At the BSI Reporting Workshop, BSI Coordinators from all across the district and from […]

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Join 3CSN at the Strengthening Student Success Conference 2014

Register for the Strengthening Student Success Conference in Costa Mesa on October 8-10, 2014, and join us for one of our 3CSN sessions: “Scaffolding, Schema, and Students: Inviting Students into Disciplinary Ways of Reading and Thinking” – October 9 from 10:30am – 12:00pm “Beyond the Pilot Stage: Supporting Faculty to Expand Successful Accelerated Courses” – […]

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LINKS 9: Working on the GRID

LINKS 9: Beyond the Classroom at Cerritos College

LINKS 9 kickoff was held on February 21, 2014, at Cerritos College.  Participants walked away with an understanding of how learning happens in academic support services: library, peer assisted learning programs (i.e. tutoring, writing center and learning centers) and noncredit programs that reinforce credit classroom learning.  The day was enriched by having attendees create an effective […]

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LARN/FIER BSI End-of-Year Reporting Workshop

On August 31, 2012 the Los Angeles Regional Network (LARN) and Foothills Inland Empire Regional Network (FIER) participated together for the review of the 2011-12 ESL/ BSI Allocation End-of-Year Reporting Workshop at Los Angeles Community College District.  This event had members from these regions learn about the changes of this year’s form, which are:  understand […]

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