Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

Critical Thinking Guides All on the Pathways

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Looking through the lens of our ICC:

Critical Thinking

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Schedule of Events

Continental Breakfast: 8:30-9 a.m.

Join us for Continental breakfast in Kirsch Center Lobby

Morning General Session: 9-11:15 a.m. 

The Kirsch Center KC 115

Welcome from your SLO/SSLO/AU Coordinators and Faculty Director, Professional & Organizational Development

LOAC Award: English and Reading Departments will present their post 2018 LOAC award assessment led by Kristin Skager

Students, Classified Professional, Faculty will gather to critically map a pathway for students to follow in reaching their goals.

  • Framing Guided Pathways activity as assessment of ILO Critical Thinking
  • Groups composed of students, faculty and staff map a course of study at De Anza College

 

Apply for 2019 LOAC Award

Breakout Sessions:  11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 

On The Means and Ends of Teaching Critical Thinking (KC 112)

Presenter

Rich Booher

Location

Kirsch Center - KC 112

Description

Summary: Critical thinking is one of the core competencies that our college aims to teach.  What is critical thinking? Why do we aim to teach it?  Can it be taught?  If so, how?  I will discuss skeptical arguments that have been made about teaching critical thinking.  We will consider how one might respond to them.

AB 705 Across Campus

Presenter

Jerry Rosenberg & Kristin Skager 

Location

Kirsch Center -  KC 113

Equity Work in Action: How doing this work benefits ALL – students, faculty, and staff   

Presenter

Alicia Cortez & Mallory Newell

Location

Kirsch Center - KC 115

SSLO/AUO Workshop

Presenter

Veronica Acevedo Avila

Location

Advanced Technology Center - AT 204

Description

This session will focus on learning and reviewing the Student Service Learning Outcome (SSLO) and Administrative Unit Outcome (AUO) process through practical guidance and application.

SLO Workshop

Presenter

Mary Pape

Location

Advanced Technology Center - AT 311 (Top floor)

Description

This session will be focused on part-time faculty needs, but it will serve as a refresher for all who need to assess a course.

Lunch: 12:30-1:30 p.m. 

Lunch Fireside Room Hinson Campus Center 

Afternoon Happenings: 1-3 p.m. 

Help Shop! 

Location

Advanced Technology Center - AT 205

Description

Work together on assessments. Veronica Acevedo Avila and Mary Pape will be their to answer any questions/doubts.

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