Texas Pathways Institute #6: Teaching and Learning in a Texas Pathways Framework

Monday, Nov 14 - Wednesday, Nov 16, 2022

Sheraton Dallas
400 Olive St.
Dallas, TX 75201
United States

Planner Contact
Texas Success Center

Registration NOW OPEN! Please reach out to your Pathways Lead to register for this event.


Institute Purposes

As a result of actively engaging in this Texas Pathways Institute, participating teams will:

  1. Analyze quantitative and qualitative data to gain insights into existing teaching and learning practices and their differential impact on student outcomes.
  2. Consider findings and reflections from national experts to inform the improvement of instructional programs within the whole-college pathways redesign efforts.
  3. Engage with fellow Texas community college colleagues in a peer learning network designed for sharing and learning from the successful scaling of essential teaching and learning practices.
  4. Develop detailed action plans for improving teaching and learning practices targeting improved student outcomes, especially for Black students, Latino students, and students from low-income backgrounds.

We encourage the following college members to attend: 

  1. President/Chancellor/Chief Executive Officer 
  2. Chief Academic Officer 

  3. Pathways Lead (if different from CAO) 

  4. Core Academic Chair (representing top-enrolled programs, English, and/or math)/Transfer Lead 

  5. Career and Technical Education Lead/Adult & Continuing Education Lead 

  6. Instructional Innovation Lead/Academic Technology Lead 

  7. Optional: Chief Student Services Officer, Dual Credit/CCRSM Lead, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Chief Professional Development Officer, Director of Learning Resources/Tutoring Lab/Library, Faculty Senate Representative, Institutional Research Lead 

Call for Proposals TPI6: Open through September 26, 2022
TPI6: Agenda-At-A-Glance
Pre-readings  Data collection & Focus groups 

Required Readings: 

 

 

 

Data Collection:

 

Faculty Focus Group: 

 

Student Focus Group: