This workbook was created through the efforts of three instructors at Scottsdale Community College in Scottsdale, Arizona. Any individual may download and utilize a digital copy of this workbook for free. The Creative Commons licensing of this text allows others to freely use, modify, or remix any of the information presented here. Contact Donna Gaudet at email@example.com if you are an instructor that wishes to teach with these materials or adapt and edit them for teaching. 238 pages.
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A listing of commonly confused words in the English language. Created by Professor Eileen Cusick for OIT-110, Communications and Editing, at Springfield Technical Community College.
Slides for lecture on Effective Problem Solving from Springfield Technical Community College's Communications and Editing 1 (OIT-110) course. Taught by Professor Eileen Cusick. This lecture focuses on office-related issues that need immediate attention.
These are source files for all course materials used for JPN101 at Mt. Hood Community College in Oregon.
For all course materials including MP4 audio files and PDFs for students, go to: https://www.mhcc.edu/YokoSatoJapanese/
These sets include simple grammar explanations, dialogues, basic vocabulary and phrases, activities to check learning, and some cultural notes. These might be used for the very first term of college Japanese course as well as for the first year of high school Japanese course. Students can preview the lessons and grasp concepts before class and teachers can use them during the class. They are not written intending for self-study without teachers.
Supplemental material and worksheets include:
Hiragana and Katakana charts; Notes about Hiragana and Katakana writing; Practice words for Hiragana and Katakana spelling; Picture pages for reviewing words and phrases; List of particles and interrogatives; Verb and adjective conjugation charts; In class activity sample.
List of topics and related resources for OIT 110, Communications and Editing, at Springfield Technical Community College. Taught by Professor Eileen Cusick.
This practice brief provides guidance to help K12 and community college dual enrollment program instructors and administrators identify and implement programs using open educational resources (OERs). This practice brief focuses on how OERs can remove potential barriers to students’ access to higher education by promoting textbook affordability for all students. As high schools typically cover the cost of textbooks and other course materials, the costs of college textbooks may deter high school students from considering dual enrollment programs, particularly low-income students. The integration of OERs in dual enrollment courses may help mitigate this barrier.
Minneapolis College, the most selected higher education destination of students from all Minneapolis Public High Schools, is located downtown, nestled between the hustle of Hennepin Avenue and the green spaces of Loring Park. As a part of the Minnesota State system of colleges and universities, Minneapolis College most serves those students who are least likely to go to college. With three-quarters of the student body composed of those underrepresented in higher education, the hallways are filled with recent immigrants, those seeking to learn English, members of communities with the highest unemployment and incarceration rates in the state, veterans, those of low socioeconomic status, seekers of diversity, and those who wish to serve them. Collected here are their stories, stories of overcoming, coming up, perseverance, pride, and power in the face of depressed opportunity and systemic oppression.
A team exercise requiring students to edit the written style of numbers using proofreading symbols. Used for OIT-110, Communications and Editing, at Springfield Technical Community College. Created and taught by Professor Eileen Cusick.
List of proofreader's marks including operational signs, typography signs, and punctuation marks. For OIT 110, Communications and Editing, at Springfield Technical Community College. Taught by Professor Eileen Cusick.
The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges is excited to be releasing a new report on faculty’s use in open educational resources.
This study was based on interviews with 60 faculty in Washington’s community and technical college system, and built upon a previous state-wide survey with 770 faculty.
Feel free to share this report widely.
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- Case Study
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This is a collection of short reading exercises that utilize high frequency academic vocabulary in context. They can be used with adult students of English as a Second Language with intermediate-advanced reading proficiency or in a supplemental reading course/reading skills course at the community college level. Questions provide practice with lexical inference, topic and main idea identification, identification of different text types and text structures, and other key reading skills. (This is a work in progress - please check back for additional reading exercises and updates!)
This is a short presentation on SkillsCommons.org, an open library of industry specific materials for community colleges. SkillsCommons is funded by the Department of Labor's TAACCCT grant.
I wrote this in PechaKucha form, which means that each slide is only meant to be discussed for 20 seconds. Mine is slightly modified, as I do not have quite 20 slides, but that can always be modified for your purposes!
This book has five chapters with three stories per chapter for a total of 15 units to work with. Each chapter has a small cultural research assignment with extra credit opportunities. It also contains hyperlinks to websites about vacations, food, and more. It is meant to be a supplement to in-class instruction. If you are new to TPRS, check out the methodology before jumping in. Feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have taken care to make this my own work. All images are sited and contain a license that allows them to be used freely in this book. All written material is original.