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NCCET Webinar - Connecting Your Community - The Anne Arundel Institute Model
 

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Presented by Colleen Eisenbeiser and Stacie Burch from the TEACH Institute of Anne Arundel Community College.

Presented by Colleen Eisenbeiser and Stacie Burch from the TEACH Institute of Anne Arundel Community College.

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    NCCET Webinar - Connecting Your Community - The Anne Arundel Institute Model NCCET Webinar - Connecting Your Community - The Anne Arundel Institute Model Presentation Transcript

    • Slow Busy Mood Connecting the Communities within Your College: The Institute Model Stacie Burch Colleen Eisenbeiser
    • Slow Busy Mood
      • Outcomes:
      • To define the concept of the institute model within the community college
      • To describe the benefits of the institute model for students, staff, the college and the community.
      • To assess the benefits and challenges of the institute model.
      • To investigate the process of establishing an institute.
      • To determine the efficacy of the institute model within each individual’s college.
      • Polling Question:
      • Have you ever wished there was a closer connection at your college between credit and non-credit areas?
      • Never
      • Sometimes
      • Always
    • Slow Busy Mood In the beginning… Discussions about combining all AACC instructional programs and activities designed for education professionals into a single administrative and instructional department. Child Care Training Education Dept. Teacher Professional Development
    • Slow Busy Mood Structure Childcare Training Institute
    • Structure Teacher Education Department
    • Structure Teacher Professional Development Project
    • INSTITUTE: a unit within …[higher education] organized for advanced instruction and research in a relatively narrow field of subject matter. -dictionary.reference.com
      • Polling Question:
      • What is the current relationship between credit and non-credit at your college?
      • None
      • Limited to credit/non-credit share
      • Work together regularly
    • Objectives
      • Develop comprehensive inter-related programs and new initiatives based on community needs and college strategic priorities
      • Provide programs and initiatives to meet each student’s goals:
          • academic preparation
          • workforce readiness
          • skill or career ladder enhancement
          • certification
          • recertification
      • Maximize institutional and external resources
      • Share instructional resources, curriculum and expertise
      • Develop and assess learning outcomes
    • Vision Advisor Mission Values Students Expertise Marketing Office Manager Advisory Board Synergy Instructors Director
    •  
    • Slow Busy Mood
    •  
    • Parenting Center Education Department Teacher Professional Development Child Care Training TEACH Institute & Parenting Center
    • A.A.T. / 4-year College Articulation Parenting Center Paraprofessional Training Licensure/ Relicensure Praxis/ParaPro Test Preparation Certification/ Recertification Childcare Home Provider Childcare Center Professionals Behavioral Emotional Support Training (BEST) TEACH Institute & Parenting Center Professional Development Contracts Alternative Certification program (RTC)
      • Benefits
      • Merged staff & location
      • Shared vision, mission, values, expertise, students, resources
      • Coordinated efforts to support learning and serve community needs
      • Challenges
      • Merging staff & location
      • Administrative misconceptions
      • Funding streams
      Slow Busy Mood
      • Polling Question:
      • At your college, where is the best place to start the process?
      • Top level administration
      • Middle level coordinators
      • Instructor level
    • Slow Busy Mood How might the institute model work for you and your college? What areas would benefit from being merged? What benefits and challenges would you face?
    • Slow Busy Mood
      • Outcomes:
      • To define the concept of the institute model within the community college
      • To describe the benefits of the institute model for students, staff, the college and the community.
      • To assess the pros and cons of the institute model.
      • To investigate the process of establishing an institute.
      • To determine the efficacy of the institute model within each individual’s college.
    • Slow Busy Mood Stacie Burch [email_address] 410-777-2961 Colleen Eisenbeiser [email_address] 410-777-1963 www.aacc.edu/teach www.twitter.com/teachinstitute www.facebook.com (search for “The TEACH Institute”)