In part two of this episode, “All the C’s - A Visit from the Cultural Curriculum Collective,” the SAFE Topics Podcast team continues the one word conversation about classrooms. Join our hosts Sean, curry and Mana as they get into the topic of classrooms with Shawntae Mitchum (Sociology), JahB Prescott (Letters), and Angela Senigaglia (AHS English)!

In this episode of the SAFE Topics Podcast, we are joined by faculty members from MiraCosta’s Cultural Curriculum Collective (CCC) to have a one word conversation about classrooms. Join our hosts Sean, curry and Mana as they get into the topic of classrooms with Shawntae Mitchum (Sociology), JahB Prescott (Letters), and Angela Senigaglia (AHS English)! Listen in to part one of this two part episode!

Part two is here! Our latest episode with students was so good that once again we had to split it into two parts. Continuing on in this episode, we are joined by students from various Academic Success and Equity (ASE) Programs to talk about creating culture in the classroom! Our hosts Sean, curry and Mana are joined by several students including Helen Leinani Highland-Coslow (Mana, English/Literature), Dannia Saldivar (Mana, Liberal Arts: Math and Science), Jose Luis Mendez (UPRISE, Film/Theater), Jocelyn Rogers (RAFFY, Communication), Natalie Salgado (PUENTE, Sociology), Ian Clark (Umoja, Spanish), and Campbell Reyes (Mana, Art History). Join us in listening to part two!

The student voices are back! In this episode of the SAFE Topics Podcast, we are joined by students from various Academic Success and Equity (ASE) Programs to talk about creating culture in the classroom! Our hosts Sean, curry and Mana are joined by several students including Helen Leinani Highland-Coslow (MANA, English/Literature), Dannia Saldivar (MANA, Liberal Arts: Math and Science), Jose Luis Mendez (UPRISE, Film/Theater), Jocelyn Rogers (RAFFY, Communication), Natalie Salgado (PUENTE, Sociology), Ian Clark (UMOJA, Spanish), and Campbell Reyes (MANA, Art History). Let’s listen and learn from these students.

In this episode of the SAFE Topics Podcast, the team goes into the topic of anonymity in the classroom. Join hosts Sean, curry, and Mana along with our special guests, Tyrone Nagai (Letters and Pre-Transfer), Krista Byrd (Psychology), and David Bonds (Mathematics) as they get into the topic of having cameras on vs. having cameras off.

In the latest episode, hosts Sean and curry introduce and welcome Mana Tadayon, the SAFE Topics newest co-host! Mana first joined us as a guest on the One Word Conversation with students on “Leaders” (S2E3). Today Mana joins the team as a student co-host and we can’t be excited enough! Listen in and join us in welcoming Mana!

This episode is part two of the series about academics as a culture. We continue our conversation into whether or not academic disciplines and academia as a whole have a culture. Our hosts Sean and curry were joined by some awesome MiraCosta faculty members that included Jade Hilde (Letters), Alexis Tucker Sade (Anthropology), Rica French (Astronomy), Karl Cleveland (Media Arts & Technology), and Rick Cassoni (Computer Science & Information Technology). Listen in as we conclude this awesome series.

This latest episode is part one of a two-part series about academics as a culture. We delve into the idea of whether or not academic disciplines and academia as a whole has a culture. Our hosts Sean and curry were joined by some awesome MiraCosta faculty members that included Jade Hilde (Letters), Alexis Tucker Sade (Anthropology), Rica French (Astronomy), Karl Cleveland (Media Arts & Technology), and Rick Cassoni (Computer Science & Information Technology). This episode was so good that we had to split in two parts! Join us and listen in.

In this latest episode, we aired our first live recording during the Spring 2021 flex week! Hosts Sean and curry asked a panel of MiraCosta faculty including Himgauri Kulkarni (Biology), Leila Safaralian (Math), Casey McFarland (Kinesiology), Billy Gunn (Film), and Edward Pohlert (Faculty Director of Retention Services): what's working, what's challenging, and what should students expect as we all prepare for another semester of remote/online teaching and learning?

In this episode, we continue our series on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Sean and curry are joined by Kimberly Coutts (District Research Analyst) to get their perspective on Universal Design for Learning.

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