ALP Updates

CADE 2021

CADE 2021 Thursday, June 10th and Friday, June 11th The National Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education (CADE) 2021 will be virtual this year. Call for Proposals Registration Plenary Speakers Dr. April Baker-Bell is a transdisciplinary...

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CADE 2020

The Call for Proposals is live for CADE 2020! Proposals are due by: March 27, 2020. Notifications for acceptance will be sent by: April 17, 2020. Information on Proposals and Proposal Submission Here CADE 2020 will be held in Annapolis, MD at the Westin Hotel, June...

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Information

Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education (CADE): 2019 Mid-Atlantic Teaching & Learning Summit Friday, November 8, 2019 8:30AM-3:00PM The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Catonsville Campus Student Services (SSRV) 004 Questions: Contact...

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CADE 2019 Registration

Register now for CADE 2019! CADE 2019 will be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Wednesday June 5th – Friday June 7th.

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CADE 2019 Call for Proposals

Deadline: March 22, 2019. Notifications will be sent the week of April 7, 2019.   CADE 2019 will be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Wednesday, June 5th – Friday June 7th.   The 2019 Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education is...

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Thank you from CADE 2017!

Thank you to presenters and attendees for making CADE 2017 a success! We had two fantastic plenary speakers this year, and the energy was palpable. We can’t wait to do it all again next year– stay tuned for location and dates, coming soon!

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ALP at CCBC Goes Full Scale!

Our new integrated reading and writing co-requisite model finally brings ALP to full scale at CCBC. Here’s why: In the original ALP model, students with a developmental reading placement were required to take a stand-alone reading class concurrently with ALP. This...

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Important Change in the ALP Model

Our ALP co-requisite course sequence has undergone an important change; the developmental co-requisite class is now a fully integrated reading and writing course, Academic Literacy (ACLT) 053. The ALP co-requisite structure remains the same. Students with upper-level developmental placements in reading and writing register for a 10-student section of ACLT 053 and are also mainstreamed, as a cohort, into a 20-student section of college-level composition (ENGL 101), joining 10 college-ready students. Both classes are taught by the same instructor.

Beginning in Fall 2016, this new integrated reading and writing model will become the default placement for all students with eligible reading and writing scores; no stand-alone sections of developmental reading or developmental writing will be offered from now on.

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