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Dr. Stroud Anti-Racism Event - Shared screen with speaker view
Michelle Fowles
45:12
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Fendi He
01:30:48
THANK YOU!
Amanda Zunner-Keating
01:30:53
Amazing
Jose Cancino
01:30:56
Thank you so much!
Eugenia Sumnik-Levins
01:31:03
Thank you!
Fay Sheikholeslami
01:31:11
Thank you so much!!
Jose Torres Salgado
01:31:15
Thank you!
Eugenia Sumnik-Levins
01:31:17
Shout out to the library!
Maria Calpito
01:31:22
Very inspiring
Ernesto Alcala
01:31:27
Thank you!
Cathy Jin
01:31:28
Thank you!
Paula Logozzo
01:31:33
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Brandon Lo
01:31:34
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Ilene Sutter
01:31:45
Thank you!!
Eduard Bueno
01:31:47
Thank you!
Joan Kim
01:31:47
Thank you
Angel Martinez
01:32:03
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Colette Meade
01:32:16
Yes thank you great lecture
Vy Tran
01:32:22
Thank you
La Tanga Hardy
01:32:25
Thank you
Elmida Baghdaserians
01:35:28
Q: What are some strategies in getting more faculty and staff involved in this important work ?
Eugenia Sumnik-Levins
01:45:07
This was discussed in Academic Senate yesterday.
Fendi He
01:48:40
Q: Thank you for an outstanding presentation! As a math faculty and a math liaison, you already mentioned AB 705 is part of the equity. What is a good strategy to help under-prepare students as a math faculty and a math tutor to close the achievement gap between different backgrounds?
Arkaz Vardanyan
01:54:33
https://www.jstor.org/stable/2686410 This is an interesting study about Studying Calculus I read for one of my history seminars. It's from 1992, has to do with Berkeley students (comparing Black & Chinese). Treisman comes up with a successful alternative mode of supplementary instruction for calculus.
Fendi He
01:54:53
THANK YOU.
Kelsey Kanatzar
01:56:12
I am very grateful for this presentation. I hope to utilize your wisdom in tutoring.
Magda Walsh
01:57:06
Thank you very much.
Maria Calpito
01:57:19
THANK YOU!
Rebecca Frank
01:57:24
thank you