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September 9, 2021

Build your leadership skills and deepen your connection to the Cal community by creating a Democratic Education at Cal (DeCal) course! Through the DeCal program, Cal students just like you propose and facilitate unit-bearing courses on topics they are passionate about, while adding over 300 classes to Cal's curriculum each year.

June 7, 2021

The SLC Undergraduate Course Facilitator Training & Resources program is seeking enthusiastic highly motivated student leaders who are committed to the vision of Democratic Education at Cal and fellow student facilitators. As a Peer Coordinator, you will provide campus-mandated training for first-time facilitators as well as consultation services for ongoing DeCal facilitators.

If you are interested in this position and you possess prior DeCal or group facilitation experience, we encourage you to apply to become a UCFTR Peer Coordinator!

May 10, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on May 10 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

May 7, 2021

The SLC Undergraduate Course Facilitator Training & Resources program is seeking enthusiastic highly motivated student leaders who are committed to the vision of Democratic Education at Cal and fellow student facilitators. As a Peer Coordinator, you will provide campus-mandated training for first-time facilitators as well as consultation services for ongoing DeCal facilitators.

If you are interested in this position and you possess prior DeCal or group facilitation experience, we encourage you to apply to become a UCFTR Peer Coordinator!

May 6, 2021

Interested in leading your own class and adding to Cal’s curriculum? This informational workshop covers the process of proposing your own DeCal, from identifying a faculty sponsor to getting your course approved. Stop by on May 6 to discover best practices and get your proposal process started! RSVP for the info session here to access the training.

May 5, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on May 5 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

May 4, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on May 4 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

April 28, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 28 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

April 27, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 27 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

April 20, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 20 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

April 19, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 19 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

April 14, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 14 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitatiom Habits workshop here to access the training.

April 13, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 13 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

April 9, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 9 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

April 7, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on April 7 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

April 5, 2021

Interested in leading your own class and adding to Cal’s curriculum? This informational workshop covers the process of proposing your own DeCal, from identifying a faculty sponsor to getting your course approved. Stop by on April 5 to discover best practices and get your proposal process started! RSVP for the info session here to access the training.

March 30, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you developing a syllabus? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on March 30 to discover the three key characteristics of an impactful and effective syllabus—and the resources to help you embody these qualities in your own course "blueprint"! Facilitators at all stages of the syllabus-crafting process welcome. RSVP for the Three Pillars workshop here to access the training.

March 29, 2021

Are you planning to facilitate a DeCal or are you interested in refining your facilitation skills? Join the SLC's UCFTR Program on March 29 for this training workshop that examines teaching behaviors that hinder student learning and explores strategies for cultivating alternative habits to optimize student success! For access to this training RSVP for the Cultivating Facilitation Habits workshop here to access the training.

March 8, 2020

November 6, 2019

Having a welcoming and enlivening syllabus is key to creating a solid foundation for your DeCal’s success. Discover how to effectively blueprint your course and set the tone for a stellar semester with UCFTR’s brand new training workshop, “Three Pillars of a Student-Centered Syllabus”!