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Mission College Bsi Retreat

  1. 1. BSI Retreat
  2. 2. Harriett Robles, Mission College President  Dianne McKay, Facilitator  Nancy Cook, Facilitator 
  3. 3. To grow in understanding of the BSI strands,  phases and opportunities. To acknowledge and celebrate Mission’s BSI  accomplishments. To brainstorm additional activities to  pursue or consider in our plans. To create a specific shared vision and 09-10  action plan.
  4. 4. Choose one hurdle category  People power  Money/Resources  Support  Attitude/Motivation  Find someone with the same hurdle you’ve  chosen and brainstorm solutions to overcome it Save solutions until this afternoon 
  5. 5. BSI discussions born out of need to raise  math and English requirements Collaboration between  Academic Senate  Chief Instructional Officers  Chief Student Services Officers  Chancellor’s Office 
  6. 6. Year One: Effective practices report, the  “Poppy Copy” Year Two: Regional meetings raise  awareness of need Year Three: Regional meetings encourage  call to action plus content-level workshops
  7. 7. Workshops important to introduce and  motivate to action Now a strong need to link all parts into  organized, “highly coordinated” whole Remember Strand A from Poppy Copy  Most successful BSI Programs are either  centralized or “highly coordinated”
  8. 8. $33 million a year, 110 community colleges  $1.6 million each year for professional  development Year one: Center for student success  Years two & three: Foothill-DeAnza  Community College District, Barbara Illowsky Year four: Los Angeles Community College  District, Deborah Harrington
  9. 9. Need for connection, community,  professional learning Four Regional Network Pilots:  Sacramento/Central Valley: Nancy Cook  Bay Area: Anniqua Rana  Los Angeles: Daryl Kinney  San Diego: Lisa Brewster 
  10. 10. Building the Network 10 http://cccbsi.edulounge.net/the-inaugural-network/ http://baln.edulounge.net/
  11. 11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpEnFw iqdx8&feature=related
  12. 12. Student Learning   Faculty Learning  Institutional Learning  Systemic Learning
  13. 13. 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 & Regional Formally engage Local Policy -LACCD Fiscal Agent Support infrastructure key CCC policy Adoption & Consortium Innovative/ makers Supporting SN & Coordinator Alternative & (e.g., APG groups, Other BSI -BSI LACCD Project Engaging Local Board of Initiatives Director Methodologies Create statewide infrastructure Trustees) -BSI Regional Network /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 -Coordinate & support partnerships among professional development efforts Coordinators -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 Innovative/ Plans about effective learning to transform practice Alternative & -Sustainable Collaborative Engaging information sharing Learning Methodologies sites 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 -Develop strategies to retain effective leaders Students’ -Guide annual revision of Campus BSI Action Plans Curriculum 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 & Transferring to 4 -Develop Web-based, virtual teaching & learning communities, including a virtual resource library Persistence of Yr Colleges -Engage in collaborative evaluation activities Students
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. 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
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  20. 20. Sacramento/Central  Valley Bay Area  LA  San Diego 
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  22. 22. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustainability, and scalability
  23. 23. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustaina bility, and scalability
  24. 24. Summer Leadership Training: Network building capacity, sustainability, and scalability
  25. 25. If you are interested in participating in the Inaugural Bay Area Learning Network, as a committee, please Complete the survey at:  http://baln.edulounge.net/building-the-network/ Register your participant for the Leadership Institute  http://laccdsuccessnet.wufoo.com/forms/2009-bsi-summer-institute/ by April 15, 2009 I will email you the links and information. Thank you Anniqua Rana rana@smccd.edu
  26. 26. Section A Held Fall BSI kickoff and four (4) advisory  meetings Created 2 versions of philosophy and mission  statement at October Kick Off meeting Posted on BSI website   Announced through email to all faculty Presented budget updates at advisory  committee meetings Conducted Spring 2009 Flex Day Presentation 
  27. 27. Section A Developed flow chart to show the movement of  students through MC Funded development of BSI Brochure  To serve as a tangible referral item that counselors and  faculty can use to steer students towards BSI resources and support services Developed and advertised (via email) formal  referral system for crisis intervention
  28. 28. Section A Developed BSI website  Created ANGEL group – invited faculty and staff  to join Created blogging mechanism for the exchange  of ideas Conducted BSI Staff Development Workshops  Hired three (3) coordinators  Planned April 2009 BSI retreat to focus on  action plan and student success model
  29. 29. Section B Funded faculty retreats to focus on student  needs Counseling and Math  Funded BSI brochure which is under  development Completed Program Review  Increased funding to offer more mandatory  student orientations Counseling 
  30. 30. Section B Funded K-16 Bridge program  Expanded STEP program  Funded Transfer Opportunity Program  feasibility study Focuses on identifying Basic Skills students and  moving them toward transfer
  31. 31. Section C Funded approximately 40 faculty to attend BSI  related conferences Conducted two BSI Brown Bags  May 2009  Funded Oncourse Workshop  June ‘09  Contracted faculty to develop 5 SLO workshops 
  32. 32. Section D Extended Tutorial Center hours  Contracted assessment coordinator  Purchased productivity software  Funded Math lab and Tutorial Center computer  upgrade Funded retrofitting of group study room in  Tech Center to include live webcasts and online tutorial services Supported conversion of two regular  classrooms to smart classrooms
  33. 33. Section D Funded Learning Express Database and Library  BSI books Expanded development of modules 1-6 for  Library 920 Contracted an Animation Specialist to finalize  development of 22 Math modules created by Ian Walton Contracting Rick Hobbs to develop pre-algebra  tutorial modules
  34. 34. Action Plans  Long-term goals for strands  Broad goals under “Planned Actions”  How will you achieve those goals?  Develop strategies for achieving goals 
  35. 35. Strand A of Mission’s BSI Action Plan  IV.A. Develop an Academic Success Center,  providing a “one-stop shop” for tutoring, counseling, advisement, and other support services Strategy for achievement—  Virtual One-Stop Shop (Kodak Moment) 
  36. 36. Choose a Strand important to you  Form groups by Strand  Select goals your group believes can be  achieved during 2009-2010 Create strategies to achieve those goals  Report to larger group your goals and  strategies (5 minutes for each group)
  37. 37. People power  Money/Resources  Support  Attitude/Motivation  Identify hurdle you chose and share solution  you brainstormed
  38. 38. Get your dots  Place a dot beside the top five goals and  strategies you think can be accomplished during the 2009-2010 academic year
  39. 39. What values or beliefs determined your  vote? I value…  I believe… 
  40. 40. The manner in which one sees or conceives  of something
  41. 41. Can we distill a common vision from the  values and beliefs on the flip charts? What do you think this common vision  might be?
  42. 42. Self-select into four groups  Discuss values and beliefs shared on flip  charts Each group write a common vision 
  43. 43. Each group share your vision with the larger  group Can we find a common vision that we all  agree upon? What is that common vision? 
  44. 44. Return to the top five items chosen for the  Action Plan for 2009-2010 Do these items help to fulfill the common  vision you have chosen? If they don’t, should they be removed or put  off for later years?
  45. 45. Dianne McKay, Mission College  dianne_mckay@wvm.edu  Nancy Cook, Sierra College,  Sacramento/Central Valley Network Coordinator ncook@sierracollege.edu 
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