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Month: November 2016

Transparency as a Pedagogical Tool

Kristopher Burrell, Assistant Professor Behavioral and Social Sciences A couple of years ago I attended a conference in New Jersey on how to become a more effective college teacher, led by Dr. Ken Bain and his wife. For three days

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Transparency as a Pedagogical Tool

Kristopher Burrell, Assistant Professor Behavioral and Social Sciences Department   A couple of years ago I attended a conference in New Jersey on how to become a more effective college teacher, led by Dr. Ken Bain and his wife. For

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Bringing Open Educational Resources to a Degree Program at Hostos

Madeline Ford, Executive Chief Librarian Library Department Jacqueline DiSanto, Assistant Professor/Unit Coordinator, Early-Childhood Education Education Department   Open Educational Resources (OER) comes to Hostos thanks to a $300,000 Achieving the Dream grant, shared with two other CUNY community colleges and funded in

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Advisement Summit: Increasing Community and Communication for Academic Advising

by Ancy Skaria, HEO Assistant ASAP Academic Advisor On Friday November 4, 2016, the inaugural Semi-Annual Advisement Summit launched, bringing together full-time academic advisement staff from Student Development, Academic Affairs, and Continuing Education. For many, the Advisement Summit fostered transparency

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Peer Observations: Peer Leaders Helping Peer Leaders!

Authors: Amalia Rojas Enriquez and Silvia Reyes Contributions from: Noel Sabo, Marguerite Saint-Preux, both Peer Leaders for Title V Supplemental Instruction   One of the development activities peer leaders engage in as part of their ongoing training in the Title

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Experiential Learning in English 110 Impacts Student Learning

By Elyse Zucker, Associate Professor, English Department and Rosa Jimenez, English 110 Student This reflective piece was written by a student in Professor Zucker’s English 110 Service Learning class, after attending a field trip to a farm on Long Island.

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The CUNY Digital History Archive and the Emergency Financial Control Board:  Hostos Archives in the News

William Casari, Associate Professor College Archivist, Library Department       “We Accuse” Caption: “We Accuse The Members of the Emergency Financial Control Board of Crimes Against the Community.” Flyer created by the Community Coalition to Save Hostos (CCSH) for the May 10,

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