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Intro to RA at CSU Monterey Bay!

To kick off the spring semester, nearly 40 CSU Monterey Bay and Ohlone College faculty members came together to explore discipline-specific literacies through an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship workshop at CSU Monterey Bay on January 17, 2017.  These faculty members teach in diverse disciplines and learning contexts, including Cinematic Arts and Documentary Film Production, English, First […]

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Intro to RA for ESL at Sierra College!

Sierra College hosted an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship Workshop for ESL.  ESL educators convened to learn how the RA Framework and Routines can be used to apprentice English Language Learners, and they engaged in rich discussion of teaching and learning to help our students find greater success.  Also, special thanks to Susan Gaer and Tiffany Ingle […]

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Metacognition Day with the RA Framework at Foothill College FTLA!

Foothill College educators spent a lovely October afternoon together exploring the Reading Apprenticeship framework as part of their year-long journey of Professional Learning through 3CSN’s Faculty Teaching Learning Academy.  The afternoon started with networking and lunch; President Thuy Nguyen welcomed the group and joined in for lunch and learning.   Once the group set the […]

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Gavillan Hosts Introductory RA Event

To kick off the academic year, Gavilan and 3CSN co-sponsored an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship Workshop on Friday, 9/9/16. Participants (students, faculty, tutors, and Supplemental Instruction leaders) came from Hartnell College, Gavilan College, CSU Monterey Bay, Evergreen College, Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey, Foothill College, Cabrillo College and Gonzales Adult School.   The day […]

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Reading Apprenticeship Events in Northern California!

3CSN sponsored two Reading Apprenticeship events in Northern California in February.  On February 19, STEM faculty and Instructional Assistants from nearly 10 Northern California community colleges gathered at College of San Mateo for a Reading Apprenticeship in STEM workshop.  The co-facilitators, representing Biology, Math, and Chemistry, are part of the Reading Apprenticeship Community College STEM Network […]

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1st Annual Statewide Reading Apprenticeship Conference

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College of San Mateo: What happens when a handful of faculty and a single administrator share a vision for change?

In the summer of 2012, Math and Science Dean Charlene Frontiera from the College of San Mateo (CSM) attended a statewide leadership institute run by the California Community Colleges Success Network (3CSN). She was drawn to 3CSN’s Community of Practice in Reading Apprenticeship and to the idea that students could be apprenticed into more meaningful […]

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Equity and Excellence through Reading Apprenticeship

The American Association of Colleges and Universities recently singled out Reading Apprenticeship at Pasadena City College as an example of “inclusive excellence.”  Why should you have to be economically privileged to experience a real First Year Experience and be properly introduced and invited to college?  At PCC we have demonstrated that all students–regardless of their […]

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West Los Angeles College: We’ve Got RA!

By Nancy Sander The West Los Angeles Reading Apprenticeship Faculty Inquiry Group started one and a half years ago.  The students can tell the RA story best. Siddiga Garushi is an ESL student from Sudan who began to use Reading Apprenticeship two levels below English 101. Her ESL course at that time was paired with […]

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2014-2015 Reading Apprenticeship Project Scholarship Application Released

2014-2015 Reading Apprenticeship Project Scholarship Application Released Our new First Year Seminar course, and the faculty professional learning that accompanies it, are based on Reading Apprenticeship principles.  Our whole campus is engaging in metacognitive conversation! My VP of Instruction asked me to create a new basic reading course for our struggling students.  I convinced her […]

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