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Shifting Paradigms: Re-Imagining Student Success

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Measuring Success In & Out of the Classroom [clear filter]
Friday, April 6
 

10:30am EDT

Success Re-Imagined: Challenging the Dominant Paradigm in Higher Education
We argue for a new way of defining community college success based on students' own stated goals, and the institutions' ability to provide opportunities to meet those goals, rather than goals imposed by the traditional top down model.

Presenters
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Binnur Ercem

Professor/Sociology, Middlesex Community College
I teach Sociology and Cultural Anthropology classes. I also teach in the Commonwealth Honors Program.
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Jennifer Pisarik

Professor of Psychology, Middlesex Community College
In addition to teaching psychology I am currently serving as the Behavioral Science Chair.


Friday April 6, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
M-208 Melville Hall

1:30pm EDT

Celebrating Exceptional Student Work with an Academic-Style Conference
This round-table event will explore the use of academic-conference-like approaches to recognize and celebrate exceptional student work. Grizzled conference veterans, newcomers, and everyone in between are welcome. Come be part of the discussion.

Presenters
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Jeremy LaCrosse

Statistician, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Berkshire Community College
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Matthew Muller

Assistant Professor of English, Berkshire Community College



Friday April 6, 2018 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
M-301 Melville Hall

1:30pm EDT

Defining & Measuring Student Success Beyond the Classroom
In addition to supporting students’ academic goals, how do we measure student success beyond the classroom? This discussion session will provide an opportunity for participants to re-imagine how we define and measure student success beyond the classroom.

Presenters
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Chad Argotsinger

Chief of Staff, Academic Affairs, Bristol Community College
Chad Argotsinger has over twenty year of experience in higher education. He currently serves as Chief of Staff, Academic Affairs at Bristol Community College where he serves as a key strategist to further strategic direction and innovation leading to student success and academic... Read More →


Friday April 6, 2018 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
M-208 Melville Hall