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Team 1 (narrated ppt)


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Team 1 (narrated ppt)

  1. 1. Goal Building Success Through Dual Credit Initiatives
  2. 2. Targeted web presence Communications Plan Curriculum innovationObjective Identifying the Challenges
  3. 3. Negative Stigma Teacher credentialing Lack of data and assessment researchIssues Identifying the Challenges
  4. 4. Stakeholder Surveys Teachers—Realistic college expectations, better coordination Principals--Teacher requirement adjustments, parent support, inclusion in strategic plans Students--Fiscal benefit, rigorous coursework, more variety Counselors--More college information, better preparationResearch Stakeholder Surveys
  5. 5. Dual Credit vs. Advanced Placement Dual credit requires teacher certification AP classes require standardized tests Beginning 2011, scores > 3 , college creditResearch Dual Credit vs Advanced Placement (AP)
  6. 6. Documented Success - Dual Credit • 98.5 % schools in Indiana • 25,429 students • 118,000 credits • $10 million in savingsResearch Dual Credit Data
  7. 7. Curriculum alignment between AP and Dual Credit Innovative advanced degree options Flexibility in course sequencing Modality of instruction Pilot-US History APRecommendati Proposal
  8. 8. Where Indiana State Schools Why Dual Credit System at Ivy Tech Who Parents, Teachers, Counselors, Students Goal Retention and persistenceRecommendations Communications Plan - Overview
  9. 9. • Media channels • 1:1 visits • Feedback • OutreachRecommendations Communications Plan - General Strategies
  10. 10. With Parents Counselors Partnership With Schools with Ivy Teachers Tech StudentsRecommendations Communications Plan- Specific Strategies
  11. 11. Two-pronged assessment strategy • Metrics based on enrollment and outreach • An improved survey methodAssessment Two-pronged Assessment
  12. 12. Primary Outcome • Increase the number of students receiving dual creditAssessment Primary Outcome
  13. 13. Secondary Outcomes • Increase in credentialed teachers • Increase in options for receiving dual credit • Increase in awareness about dual creditAssessment Secondary Outcomes
  14. 14. Improved Survey Methods • Increase number and diversity of sample • Survey multiple times, especially at entry and exitAssessment Improved Survey Methods
  15. 15. Integrated flow of information Streamlined enrollment process Curriculum alignment Teacher preparation Extended outreachConclusion Keys to Success