The Action Network for Equitable Wellbeing (ANEW) Action Lab is a cohort-based …
The Action Network for Equitable Wellbeing (ANEW) Action Lab is a cohort-based opportunity for institutions to identify and address gaps in wellbeing and flourishing among historically marginalized student groups. Alvin Community College is the first community college to participate in this exciting work facilitated by New York University, which is focused on addressing inequities to improve student retention and success.
The Action Lab focuses on laying the founding by equipping colleges and universities with tools to: • Build an understanding of the norms, processes, and structures that perpetuate inequities in wellbeing for a specific group of students • Establish and/or deepen collaboration across campus and with students with lived experience • Develop an initial theory of change • Pilot 1-3 specific concrete actions and generate learnings to inform scale and spread • Develop capacity to use data and assessment to inspire and drive improvement • Create a path forward to continue the work upon the conclusion of the Action Lab
DELIVERY FORMAT: The program is in-person only.
PROGRAM SCALE: Small-scale (reaches fewer than 10 percent of its target population)]
The multi-lesson "Best Class/Worst Class" project provides a way for students and …
The multi-lesson "Best Class/Worst Class" project provides a way for students and professor to set expectations for course performance collaboratively, while simultaneously modeling productive online interaction strategies. Students become more aware of their own learning process and the processes of those with whom they will be working, creating necessary bridges to successful collaboration. In addition, students are able to develop practical skills in navigating the online environment before being tasked with heavily-weighted course components.This project is designed to be implemented alongside discipline-specific course content.
OVERVIEW: [Use this space to provide a short summary of the program, …
OVERVIEW: [Use this space to provide a short summary of the program, noting what the program is and who it is intended to serve. We recommend that the summary does not exceed 150 words, and please keep in mind that student success professionals at Texas institutions are the primary audience for this information.]
DELIVERY FORMAT: [Choose one from the following options: The program is in-person only. The program is online only. The program has a hybrid format or has both online and in-person components.]
PROGRAM SCALE: [Choose one from the following options: Large-scale (reaches more than 25 percent of its intended target population) Medium-scale (reaches between 10 and 25 percent of its target population) Small-scale (reaches fewer than 10 percent of its target population)]
PROGRAM OUTCOMES: Please share 2-3 sentences describing evidence of the program’s outcomes and effectiveness, if possible. If you do not have anything to share in this field, you may delete it from the template.
DEPARTMENT(S) OVERSEEING PROGRAM:
CONTACT FOR MORE INFO: [Name] at [Email Address] or [Phone Number]
The following list provides hyperlinks and short descriptions for each of the …
The following list provides hyperlinks and short descriptions for each of the keyword tags affiliated with programs in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's Student Success Program Inventory (SSPI). You can use the keywords in two ways: Click on the hyperlinked term to take you to a list of programs that are affiliated with that specific keyword tag. This list may be a collection that is featured on the homepage of the inventory.When searching for programs using the search feature, you can include these keywords in the language you enter in the search bar to help narrow your results.
To help our partners share the TX SSPI website with their networks, …
To help our partners share the TX SSPI website with their networks, we’ve put together the following sample social media posts that can be used directly or adapted for Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. We encourage you to also use the included graphics with your posts. Your promotion of the inventory, report, and webinar will be incredibly valuable in reaching our desired audience of student success professionals located in Texas. We will start sharing from the Ithaka S+R channels on March 9, 2023, and welcome you to start posting from your own accounts after that date.