Join us on July 26 from 3-4 pm ET for a webinar entitled, Minority-Serving Community College Communities of Practice: Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) Cycles.
Although the presentation will use MSI grant activities as an example, the content will be of interest to anyone seeking to learn more about sustaining and enhancing grant-funded initiatives.
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This webinar will address how community colleges can implement continuous improvement processes to further the programs undertaken using Minority-Serving Institution (MSI) grant support. Presenters will discuss how to implement simple PDSA cycles and share effective ways of testing improvements.
Dr. Jon Dolle integrates continuous improvement methods in the coaching, technical assistance, and research he conducts for the Regional Educational Laboratory West. Employed previously by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Dr.
Dolle is experienced in implementing PDSA cycles, developing measures and analytic systems that support improvement efforts in schools, and providing training on these approaches.
Dr. Matthew Morin served as a faculty member before leading Chaffey College’s dual-enrollment and online education programs. Through this work, Dr. Morin has expanded dual enrollment offerings at high schools and adult school campuses in the Chaffey College service district. Together, Dr. Morin and Dr. Dolle will help webinar participants understand how to continue improving programming at their home institutions beyond the scope of the MSI grant support period.