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An exploration of professional development related topics by and for faculty at Mt. San Antonio College. A frequent theme of the podcast is improving the success of students from designated campus equity populations.




Nov 16, 2021

If you’ve heard your colleagues talking about something called TILT, then this episode will share with you a little more about what it is, how it works and the impact it can have on faculty who try it, the students who experience it and even your connection with your collegues.

TILT is "The Transparency in Learning and Teaching project that aims to advance equitable teaching and learning practices that reduce systemic inequities in higher education through two main activities:

  1. Promoting students' conscious understanding of how they learn
  2. Enabling faculty to gather, share and promptly benefit from current data about students' learning by coordinating their efforts across disciplines, institutions and countries”

We first hear from TILT Facilitator Kim-LeiLoni Nguyen, Professor of Biology and Outcomes Coordinator to explain further what TILT is and then we transition to talking with two TILT Faculty Participants, Lance Heard, Professor of Administrative Justice and Academic Senate Co-Vice President and Euguene Mahmoud, Professor of Physics and Engineering and Department Co-Chair. 


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Run Time: 35min, 31 sec 

To find the full transcript for this episode, click HERE