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  • 1. Steering Committee March 10, 2009 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 1
  • 2. Please write your name on one side of the index card. On the other side, in one sentence, write how you can help establish, advance and sustain efforts to support the success of our students, especially those who are underprepared for learning in college courses. 2
  • 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpEnFwi qdx8&feature=related
  • 4.  Student Learning  Faculty Learning  Institutional Learning  Systemic Learning
  • 5. George Siemens
  • 6. George Siemens
  • 7. CA Success Network (CA SN) Logic Model California community colleges must expand their capacity to improve student outcomes in basic skills instruction, English as a Second Language, and related support services. Colleges report that 70-90% of entering students place into one or more basic skills course areas: reading, writing, and/or mathematics. The statewide course completion rate in basic skills is 60.5%, and only 50% of those students persist to and complete the next level course. Historically underrepresented students are over-represented in basic skills courses, and their success rates are frequently lower than the rates for other student groups. Community colleges' efforts to improve outcomes in basic skills cannot be separated from their responsibility to produce equitable graduation, certificate, and transfer rates for historically underrepresented and underprepared students. Inputs Activities Short-Term Outcomes Long-Term Outcomes Resources Coordination with core organizations Statewide (Alliance building among ASCCC, LACCD Project, Other Partners) -ASCCC Adoption of -Guide statewide infrastructure development -Steering Committee Policies that -Assist in securing funds for acquiring additional resources to support State & -LACCD Fiscal Agent Local Policy Formally engage Support Regional infrastructure & Consortium Adoption key CCC policy Innovative/ Coordinator Supporting SN & makers Alternative & -BSI LACCD Project (e.g., APG groups, Other BSI Engaging Director Local Board of Initiatives Methodologies Create statewide infrastructure -BSI Regional Network Trustees) /Pedagogy at (Permanent learning network among 110 Colleges and a CCC Center) Coordinators CCCs -Establish statewide coordinating center -Campus BSI -Guide the development of and coordinate & support a system of regional networks Coordinators -Coordinate & support partnerships among professional development efforts -Provide vision & support for the development of innovative professional development -Student Advocates activities -Campus BSI Action -Introduce & engage in collaborative evaluation activities that generate knowledge Plans Innovative/ about effective learning to transform practice -Sustainable Alternative & Collaborative information sharing Engaging Learning sites Methodologies Networks /Pedagogy at Create regional level infrastructure (networks) CCCs -Develop & support long-term on-going regional professional development training & supporting materials for the target population Target Population -Develop infrastructure for colleges to learn about & share innovative instructional programs -On-going evaluation of professional & program activities, including benchmark assessment & capacity building -Administrators Skilled -Faculty Implementation of -Support Staff Responsive, -Students Innovative, Develop a cadre of campus leaders Integrated Increased -Conduct Summer Leadership Institute, ASCCC Workshops, Other Leadership Institutes & on-going professional Essential Success of development activities Academic Skills Students’ -Develop strategies to retain effective leaders Curriculum -Guide annual revision of Campus BSI Action Plans Personal Goals, -On-going evaluation of the process and impact of professional development activities Completing AA/AS & Certificate Promote models of effective practices Increased Learning, Programs & -Build capacity of all faculty to teach students who are underprepared for learning in college courses Success & Persistence Transferring to 4 -Develop Web-based, virtual teaching & learning communities, including a virtual resource library of Students Yr Colleges -Engage in collaborative evaluation activities
  • 8.  Funds for professional learning through the Network, above and beyond BSI funds  Sustained, ongoing support from a designated regional network coordinator  Participation in a summer leadership institute designed to support successful implementation of your BSI action plans
  • 9.  Participation in a post-Leadership Institute project geared specifically toward the needs of your campus and basic skills program  Campus visits from the Leadership Institute Mentors, who will answer questions, provide support, and help with your post-Institute project
  • 10.  Participation in regional workshops where you’ll get to discuss ideas, problems, solutions and where you’ll get to build camaraderie and community with colleagues from regional colleges  Participation in not only your own regional networks but in the larger network as well— where you can gain ideas, get insights, and work together to seek answers to thorny questions
  • 11.  An opportunity to showcase successful programs/projects on your campus as well as field trips to other community colleges with model programs and practices  A robust and interactive virtual network to enhance professional learning and collaboration.  Partnerships with state-wide initiatives, such as the Faculty Inquiry Network, Center for Student Success, and Career Ladders
  • 12.  Regional workshops put on by the ASCCC where faculty and administrators can gain additional information and insight  Data coaches to help with assessment and evaluation of your projects and who will also help guide you in making evidence-based decisions  A time to shine—an opportunity to showcase your college, such as your post-Leadership Institute project at the Strengthening Student Success Conference in October 2009 in San Francisco
  • 13. 14
  • 14. Faculty Teaching &Learning Academy  (FTLA) Student Success Initiative (SSI)  SLO Coordinators  Staff Development Directors  Discipline Committees  Basic Skills Coordinators  ePortfolio Project 
  • 15. Facebook Group—assignments and instructions on  how to complete assignments are announced on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/groups.php?r ef=sb  Edulounge—Homework assignments are posted to edulounge http://edulounge.net/ http://cccbsi.edulounge.net/the-inaugural-network/  eFolios—faculty as students post information related to their class activities http://darylkinney1.efolioca.efolioworld.com/
  • 16. Personal space   http://www.facebook.com/home.php Faculty groups   http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/groups.ph p?ref=sb Student groups   http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=62280 583853
  • 17. Sacramento/Central  Valley  Bay Area  LA  San Diego
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  • 19. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustainability, and scalability
  • 20. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustainability, and scalability
  • 21. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustainability, and scalability
  • 22. How would you categorize your efforts  mentioned in the sentence on your index card? Choose from the categories below. Write the number of that category on the top of  your index card above your sentence. Choose another category that might also relate  to your efforts. Write the number at the bottom of your card  below your sentence. 23
  • 23. Paste your card on the flip chart.  Draw a solid line from your card to the other cards with  the same number on top. Draw a dotted line to the cards that have the same  number at the bottom. 1. Coordinate with core organizations 2. Create statewide infrastructure 3. Create regional level infrastructure (networks) 4. Develop a cadre of campus leaders 5. Promote models of effective practices Enjoy your lunch! 24
  • 24. How can I help my college establish, advance and  sustain a network that supports the success of our students, especially those who are underprepared for learning in college courses? How can we work together to create such networks  among community colleges in California to support student success throughout our state?
  • 25. Build the Network 26
  • 26. Deborah L. Harrington dharrington@email.laccd.edu 213-891-2115