Tag: positive social change

Extraordinary Hurt and Anguish

With the convergence of three national crises – the recent deaths of George Floyd while in the custody of police and Breonna Taylor, shot by police in her apartment, and the resulting righteous protests, the persistent and overwhelming pandemic, and the growing economic downturn manifested by historical levels of unemployment, I am struck by how …

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Improving Student Performance and Reflections on Yusef Salaam

On Friday, February 28, the College Advance will focus on improving student performance in the classroom. In other words, how can we make learning at PVCC more educationally purposeful and meaningful (creating context, expanding rigor, providing opportunities for application, etc.)? And how can we increase the level of active and engaged learning?  The Advance outcomes also align with the …

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