It’s all about staying connected. That’s the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office’s philosophy behind the new, interactive Vision Resource Center, and it’s the guiding motivation for the new “Regional Coordinatorship” […]
As we conclude this academic year, our first year focused on Guided Pathways (GP) as a System, we are also gearing up for next year as we get down to business on inquiry, design, and implementation. Meanwhile, the education campaign around the fundamentals of GP will continue. Some colleges have been actively engaging in the learning about GP. Coastline College created an amazingly creative video debunking the myths around GP. GP Connect will be a forum for sharing methods, tools, and activities supporting GP development, and I hope that you will share your experiences at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can highlight your efforts. To see Coastline’s creative and engaging video about the myths of GP, please use this link. Many thanks to Dean Aaron Zentner and Dean Shelly Blair at Coastline for sharing this with me. I hope it gives you a giggle and some ideas about how to engage your own campus.
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