College Readiness and Achievement Gaps (CRAG) Talk
Thursday, December 1, 2016
| 12:00 PM
- 1:00 PM
Learn about recent or ongoing research around achievement gaps and college readiness. Each CRAG (College Readiness and Achievement Gaps) Talk ends with a discussion around the application of the ideas and connections with other work. Presenters include:
Jan Dubinsky (Med School): Critical Response Protocol: Using arts instructional practices in a science classroom
Misty Sato (CEHD): Network for Excellence in Teaching (NExT): An unprecedented teacher effectiveness collaborative of 14 colleges in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota
Joe Timmons (CEHD): Person-Centered Thinking and Planning: Tools used by students with disabilities with universal significance
Jen Trost (Century College/CEHD): Racism and Dual Enrollment Courses: Ways race impacts access to dual enrollment programs in high-minority high schools.
Bring your lunch. Beverages and light snacks will be available. CRAG Talks are sponsored by the College Readiness Consortium and Educational Equity Resource Center.