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Equity Professional Development Resource Guide: Home

Student Services Reserve Material

Welcome to the Equity and Professional Development Resource Guide!

Monterey Peninsula college recognizes that closing equity gaps involves the critical and interrelated components of inclusion, diversity, equity, anti-racism and cultivating equity-mindedness.  To assist in this transformational work, our Student Equity Office created the Equity Lending Library with materials that can be checked out by staff and faculty.  This Equity Resource Guide and it's materials provide basic information and resources about equity, diversity, anti-racism, racism, pedagogy, and leadership.  It is not an exhaustive list and if you have a resource or suggestion that you feel would benefit our campus community, please contact StudentEquity@mpc.edu.

 

MPC Professional Development

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MPC Online Course Assistance

If you need assistance or training related to Canvas or Zoom please reach out to our Online Education Department for guidance.

Online Education Help Desk

Accessibility

If you would like training for Online Course Accessibility, or would like to have your course evaluated for any accessibility issues, reach out to our Online Education Team. onlinehelp@mpc.edu

 

Underserved Students

Advancing Black Male Student Success from Preschool Through Ph. D.
African American Male Students in PreK-12 Schools
Courageous Conversations about Race
Facilitator's Guide to Courageous Conversations about Race
Blindspot
Achieving Equity for Latino Students
Whistling Vivaldi
The Dreamkeepers
Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment

Equity & Diversity

An Inclusive Academy
From Equity Talk to Equity Walk
Grading for Equity
Minding the Obligation Gap in Community Colleges and Beyond
Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice
Confronting Equity Issues on Campus
Equity 101- the Equity Framework
Equity 101: Culture
Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment
Readings for Diversity and Social Justice

Pedagogy & Classroom Climate

Mathematics for Social Justice
Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice
The Growth Mindset Coach
Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain
Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education
Mindset
Grit: the power of passion and perseverance

Academic Leadership

Intersectionality in Action
Becoming a Student-Ready College
Equity 101- the Equity Framework
Equity 101: Culture
An Inclusive Academy

Librarian

External Professional Development

@ONE’s online courses are designed to support you to become an effective online instructor. Learn the basics of Canvas, the fundamentals of course design, and the principles of quality online teaching.

The course offerings include two courses related to Equity and Diversity in online instruction: 

Equity & Culturally Responsive Online Teaching

Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning

A full list of Course offerings is available as well, through @ONE Course List.

Vision Resource Center

The Vision Resource Center is an online learning and collaboration platform for all professionals in the California Community Colleges. The content provided will support every individual and college as we work together toward the Vision for Success goals.

The center has recently added two learning modules focused on Equity, Biases and Cultural Competence: 

  • “I Don’t See Color, I Just See People: Becoming Culturally Competent” - this module examines the way in which the U.S. educational system perpetuates inequity and introduces various frameworks that can be leveraged to promote cultural competence and improve students’ experiences on campus.

 

  • “Playing Behind the Screen: The Implicit Bias in Our Colleges” - this module introduces implicit bias and how it manifests on a college campus. The module offers strategies to address implicit bias at the institutional level to improve the educational outcomes for students and experiences for everyone on our campuses.

*You will need to create an account if you haven't already, use your MPC email to create an account to access learning opportunities*