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Month: February 2015

Teaching Using Groups

Written by Sandy Figueroa Founder and Convener of Teaching Using Groups Business Department On Monday, February 23, 2015, a small group of faculty met to begin the focus of teaching using groups.  We formed the focus group to share best

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Service Learning at Hostos

written by Sandy Figueroa Business Department Service-Learning is alive and well at Hostos.  Right now the members of the Service-Learning Committee are working with Imagining America to help create a definition of Service-Learning at Hostos and to create a mission

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New Tertulia Series

Organized by the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Unit Written by Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla Assistant Professor Humanities Department The Humanities Tertulia Series is a succession of informal gatherings in which colleagues from different humanities-disciplines share their scholarly or creative work with

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Humanities Tertulias

March 2015 New Tertulias Series Organized by the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Unit written by Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla Assistant Professor Humanities Department

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Women’s History Month

March 2015 2015 Women’s History Month at Hostos written by Jerilyn Fisher Professor English Department

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Women’s History Month

Written by Jerilyn Fisher Professor English Department Women’s History Month has its origin in the 1911 declaration of International Women’s Day. Decades later, in 1978, California librarians and teachers established a week of educational activities state-wide to recognize the little-known

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Ed Tech Boot Camp

by Carlos Guevara, HEO, Director for the Office of Educational Technology and Co-director for the Center for Teaching and Learning The Information Learning Commons (ILC) Committee has established the “Hostos Student Technology Boot Camp,” an initiative to infuse technology skills

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Educational Technology Program

The Office of Educational Technology (Ed Tech) develops, implements, supports, and promotes innovative integration of technology into teaching and learning by empowering faculty, serving students, and creating a supportive environment for all types of learners. Ed Tech’s strategic pathway includes:

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Hostos Adelante

Adelante Hostos! is a Title V grant awarded to Hostos Community College in October 2015. The grant consists of three components designed to improve student achievement.  The initiatives engage faculty, staff, and students in the creation or re-design of targeted interventions

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Title V in the News

The Academic Scoop February 2015 March 2015 April 2015

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