Welcome!We are extremely excited about your interest in participating in a Behavioral and Social Science (BSS)/Student Equity Reenvisioned (SER) Equity-Minded Learning Community! BSS/SER learning communities provide students with an opportunity to learn in an innovative and dynamic academic setting that embeds high impact practices to facilitate student success. BSS/SER learning communities are also theme-based and interdisciplinary. Themes explored in past learning communities include Heritage and Identity Across Borders: The History of Mexico and the Chicano Socio-Cultural Experience and Social Justice: Racial Inequality and the Making of a New World. Our learning community approach creates a culturally responsive and equity-minded learning experience that fosters and enhances connections among students, faculty and disciplines. Please explore this website to learn more about our learning communities and how you can become a participant. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Political Science 1: Government of the United States and California | David Reed
History 101: United States History to 1877 | Sandra Uribe
Fall 2019 Learning Communities and myPath Courses
myPATHmyPATH is a designation for stand-alone courses in Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) that integrate culturally responsive and equity-minded teaching frameworks with Guided Pathways principles. Thus faculty teaching myPATH courses incorporate the following:•Culturally responsive and equity-minded curriculum designs•Content exploration through themes and questions that matter to students•Embedded counselors to assist students in academic/career planning•Embedded PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) Mentor Program to assist students with course contentThe goal of myPATH is to bring the learning community experience to a stand alone course.