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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
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  • Davidson nearing biggest finish

    Davidson nearing biggest finish
    Jordan Davidson is a finisher. Whether on the business end of a cross, a through ball, a corner kick or a rebound, the speedy 5-foot-2 Vanguard University women's soccer forward has deposited 29 goals into the net in two years with the Lions. She scored...
  • The Crowd: Celebrating the champions of Chapman

    The Crowd: Celebrating the champions of Chapman
    The remarkable transformation of Chapman University from a small-town college of little reputation to a serious university with a growing national pedigree is testament to the vitality and the commitment of the Orange County citizenry. It is also the...
  • Kindergartners enjoy early feast

    Kindergartners enjoy early feast
    Anthony Soto, 6, adjusts his feathered headdress as he sets his slice of apple pie on the picnic table next to one of his classmates. He smiles and begins shoveling a mountain of whipped cream into his mouth. "I'm gonna eat this pie and then I'm gonna...
  • Carnett: Former students liked dorm life at OCC

    Will student housing be introduced at Orange Coast College in the not-too-distant future? It appears likely, according to a couple of recent Daily Pilot posts. And the housing is certain to usher in a "Back to the Future" atmosphere on campus. The...
  • OCC gets anonymous $1M donation

    Orange Coast College plans to use a $1-million donation to fund the development of an Astronomy Village in the college's science quad area, OCC spokesman Doug Bennett announced Wednesday. The money was provided by a donor, who lives in Orange County and...
  • Interfaith discussion aims to build bridges

    Experts in Judaism, Christianity and Islam recently discussed the similarities and differences among their religions during an interfaith panel at UC Irvine. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Student Assn. hosted Love for God and for Creation on Oct. 10 to bring...
  • UCI student arrested on various charges

    UCI student arrested on various charges
    Police last week arrested a UC Irvine student on suspicion of assaulting two people, battering two others, exposing himself and brandishing a fake gun in a campus residence hall. Andrei Tatuiko, 18, has denied the allegations, pleading not guilty before...
  • Employees want college board to work on teamwork

    The Coast Community College District Board of Trustees needs to improve teamwork and efficiency, according to a recent district employee survey. In addition to revamping and completing their self-evaluation in August, district trustees developed a...
  • Bloodied up for disaster lesson

    Bloodied up for disaster lesson
    Blood trickles down 11-year-old Hope Martin's arm, staining her white T-shirt and streaking her leg as she bends down to tie her shoe. She turns to her classmate John Paul Bottazzi, whose arms, legs and face are covered in white body paint, to ask for...
  • Mailbag: Education system is woefully inadequate

    Re. "Commentary: Some truisms and falsehoods about schools," (Oct. 13): It's difficult to know where to start to address the misstatements in this commentary. A more accurate title would be "America at the bottom of the class." How else to describe the...
  • The new school of learning

    The new school of learning
    The words "Common Core" don't hold special meaning to students in Terri Clarke's second-grade class at Newport Elementary. Unbeknownst to them, the lessons Clarke is implementing will have a profound effect on the way they are taught for the rest of...
  • Apodaca: Worth the time and effort to keep anti-bullying programs alive

    I've written a few columns about bullying, and the topic never fails to elicit an impassioned response. For the most part, the feedback from parents, educators and others in the community reveals wide agreement that we all have a part to play in...