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Tuesday, 22 April, 12:00-2:00 PM When Race Breaks Out (registration required)

Be prepared to discuss chapter 8 and appendices. If there are links to videos, excersies or activities, try to view and assess their usability. In adition, bring sample of activities that you already use to discuss race in class.
Friday, 25 April, 3:00-4:00 PM Increasing College Students’ Learning from Their Textbooks

Do your students have a hard time reading their textbooks? Reading theories suggest that college readers may experience difficulty reading their textbooks due to a lack of adequate sight word knowledge and familiarity with the topic. Join us for a discussion of ways to improve this experience for college readers.

Omer Ari,Developmental Instruction

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