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Community and Civic Engagement

ICCE News and Events for 2008-2009

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender and Queer Forum

Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 3:30-5:30pm

Campus Center Conference Room A
Latina/o Heritage Program event
Funded by De Anza Student Body, ICCE, ¡LEAD! and GSA

Buffets, Football Players, Grass Skirts and Leis: Reconstructing Images of our Pacific Islander Communities

Monday, June 8, 2009 11:30p.m.-1:30p.m.

Campus Center Conference Room A
Funded by De Anza Visiting Speakers Series

Engaging Students Where They are: Cultivating a Learning Environment Conducive to Success for All Students

Friday, May 15, 2009
Registration & Breakfast from 8:00am.  Conference ends at 2:00p.m.

At the De Anza Teaching and Learning Conference.

Workshops (offered by ICCE, IMPACT API and APALI):

This interactive workshop is for Community Service Learning faculty who want to deepen their knowledge and skill regarding:

  1. The reflection process used in CSL classes
  2. Their ability to assess a "good" student reflection (how to gauge and grade student reflections)
  3. Resources of outstanding student reflections and how they got their students to write with that depth and clarity in making the connections between course content and the students' service learning experience.

Participants will practice gauging and grading student reflections using the ICCE Rubric.

This interactive workshop is for faculty and staff who want to deepen their knowledge and understanding regarding contemporary issues facing Filipino Americans, especially high school and college students. The workshop will feature a discussion of pedagogical strategies, resources and practices that PEP uses/developed to engage students.

Website: http://www.pepsf.org

Filipino Community Center (FCC)
35 San Juan Ave

Phone Number: (415) 333-6367

Facilitator: Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, PEP Director, pinayism@sfsu.edu, and Rod Daus-Magbual, PEP Associate Director of Curriculum, rodmagbual@gmail.com, Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP)

Session Sponsors: De Anza College IMPACT API, APALI and ICCE

This interactive workshop is for faculty and staff who want to deepen their understanding and share experiences in helping SE Asian students (Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian, Thai, etc.) succeed at De Anza College. The forum will feature an invited panel with student, staff, alum, and faculty representation.
Facilitated by Michael Chang, Sponsored by De Anza College IMPACT AAPI, APALI and ICCE

De Anza Day of Service

May 29, 2009 Sobrato Family Living Center. Mural Painting and playground improvements. Sponsored by Students for Justice (SFJ) and ICCE.

Theater of the Oppressed

May13th, 1:30-5:30 Conference Room A
May14th, 1:30-5:30 Fireside Conference Room
Hinson Campus Center

Community Scholar, Hector Aristizabal, will be presenting a performance based on a true story of being arrested and tortured by the US-supported military in Colombia. After the performance, Hector invites the audience into a brief dynamic meditation as a way to provide catharsis to the different emotions awakened by the theater piece. Afterwards using the techniques of Theatre of the Oppressed (please see description below), Hector invites participants to express their reactions to the images of torture by creating their own images in response.
Funded by ICCE, Latina/o Heritage Funds and ¡LEAD!

Stand in the Place Where You Live

Friday, April 24, 2009 8:00a.m.-4:00p.m.California History Center, De Anza College

A one-day Workshop designed to support efforts to establish service-learning programs and strengthen existing programs within community colleges.
Funded by the American Association of Community Colleges and Learn and Serve America, IMPACT AAPI, and De Anza College

Learning Together: How to Design A Tutoring Based Community Service Learning Project 


9:00am-1:00pm  CDe Anza Campus Center, El Clemente Room


Participants will leave this workshop ready to do service learning in their classes. We will go over the goals and benefits of including service learning as a part of a class. We will also go over all of the nuts and bolts of how to do it. This workshop will focus on service projects where students work as tutors for primary and secondary students, but those interested in other forms of service are welcome to attend. You will be able to meet community partners ready to work with your students.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided. PGA/PAA hours are available.


To register please contact Mary Kay Englen in Staff Development at englenmarykay@deanza.edu 408/864-8322

A Call to Action on Climate Change

01/16 & 01/23/2009

Lead a workshop during the Global Warming Solutions event on Feb. 5.
Take a 2-day class to learn how!

Institute of Community and Civic Engagement
Building: East Cottage
Contact: ICCE Office
Phone: 408.864.5559

Last Updated: 5/19/15