CAP Community of Practice 2019 Application Form: MATH TEAMS
An 3-day institute for faculty working to implement AB 705 Application Deadline: April 19, 2019
Program Overview: Getting Ready for Full Implementation of AB 705
In the past, only a highly filtered group of students would enroll in transfer-level courses – the ones who scored highest on placement tests and those who survived the attrition of remedial course sequences. Under AB 705, transfer-level classes are becoming much more heterogeneous as the vast majority of students enroll directly in this level. This three-day summer institute will focus on pedagogy and classroom practices that harness student capacity and support all students to be successful. It will include designing effective classroom activities, building in support for students’ affective needs, embedding foundational skills into the context of transfer-level work, and grading with a capacity mindset.
Application Information
Before completing this application, please refer to the documents that contain all requested information on CAP's website

If your college is applying in more than one discipline (English, math, ESL), please submit a separate application for each.

We highly encourage each disciplinary team include a minimum of three faculty from the college or district.

The registration fee of $350/person covers training, materials, and some meals during the institute.

After we review applications, you will receive an email from with an Eventbrite registration link and additional hotel, location, and payment information. Sometimes our emails are blocked by college email servers -- if you do not hear from us by Friday, May 3rd, please email CAP Central.

Once accepted, each team member will need to register individually through Eventbrite.

Cohort Options
Northern CA Cohort at Skyline College (June 21-23, 2019)
Southern CA Cohort at the Riverside Convention Center (July 12-14, 2019)
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