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County Executive, Elected Officials Join Dr. Pollard to Officially Open Science Center West Building

Need to Know

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Planning Meeting for 2017 Global Nexus Program Friday, Rockville Campus

Guest Lectures

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Multiplication Madness Is Coming! RV Math Seminar on Feb. 17

MC in the News

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WHAG-TV Features MC Partnership with Montgomery County Correctional Facility

From the Board of Trustees

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Join Us for the Board of Trustees Meeting Monday, Feb. 20


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February Is Black History Month

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The College Community Is Encouraged to Join MC Pride and Allies at Meetings, Gatherings

MC Events

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Interfaith Breakfasts are Coming to MC! Wednesday, Feb. 22 in SC459, Rockville

Arts at MC

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King Street Gallery New Exhibit BC/AC Art Before & After Child Featuring 11 Artists, Now Open

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The February 13, 2017 Edition of the Curriculum Newsletter Is Available Online

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MC Honors Club Event Provided 200 Lunches and Non-perishable Foods to Homeless Shelter

ELITE/MCIW Mini Conference - Creating Student Success: Relying on Failure

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Category: Professional Development

Published: Feb 17 2017 12:00AM

In this highly participatory half day conference on Saturday March 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in BE 151, Germantown Campus, participants will examine success and failure through an academic lens. Dr. Ariel Phillips from Harvard University, creator of Harvard's Success-Failure Project, and Ms. Jinai Gordon, Administrative Fellow of Harvard's Bureau of Study Counsel, will facilitate an engaging approach to understanding the dynamics of failure and success as it relates to teaching and learning.

Please register through MC Learns.
Contact: Samantha Veneruso or Caroline Toscano

Outcomes: By participating in the conference, participants will be able to:
Use reflective skills to apply to classroom situations in which students are struggling with failure.

Identify different ways of understanding failure and success in academic contexts.

Incorporate ways to build success and reframe failure in learning situations.

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