CCR Placement and
Transition
0 If students have taken any 100-level course in the four
discipline strands (Communication, ...
Timeline
0 Are we required to waive CCR for some students?
0 Part of the design approved by the SBCCOE in
February 2013
0 ...
Which courses?
0 Is this ALL 100 level courses?
0 The statement identifies “100 level courses in the four
discipline stran...
Define “pass”
0 What does “pass” a 100 level course mean?
0 Completed it with at least a “C”
Transition
0 Is this only for the transition period to the new
model?
0 Designed to address placement for students who wer...
Options?
0 What are our options when we feel very strongly that
these students may not be adequately prepared for
success ...
Advising options
0 Colleges could require all students to see an advisor
prior to registering for courses
0 Students could...
Additional assessment
0 Based on additional information advise students:
0 Into any 100 level course without further suppo...
A video
0 http://cccscoetc.weebly.com/cccs-developmental-
education.html
Vpi meeting aug 2013
Vpi meeting aug 2013
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Vpi meeting aug 2013

  1. 1. CCR Placement and Transition 0 If students have taken any 100-level course in the four discipline strands (Communication, Arts and Letters, Social Sciences, and Science ) and passed it, they are finished with the REA/ENG sequence. If they have taken and passed ENG 121, they have also completed their needed developmental courses. Students who have completed neither must take the appropriate CCR course based on their Sentence Skills score or they can retest.
  2. 2. Timeline 0 Are we required to waive CCR for some students? 0 Part of the design approved by the SBCCOE in February 2013 0 Is a requirement of all System colleges to implement for Fall 2014
  3. 3. Which courses? 0 Is this ALL 100 level courses? 0 The statement identifies “100 level courses in the four discipline strands” 0 Interpret this to mean GT pathways courses 0 All GT pathways course content guides include reading, writing and critical thinking competencies
  4. 4. Define “pass” 0 What does “pass” a 100 level course mean? 0 Completed it with at least a “C”
  5. 5. Transition 0 Is this only for the transition period to the new model? 0 Designed to address placement for students who were enrolled before the redesign and who may have taken one or more 100 level courses 0 Students in the new design will have met their CCR requirements when they succeed in a 100 level course 0 Continuing to require other students to complete CCR coursework after the same benchmark would create an unfair circumstance
  6. 6. Options? 0 What are our options when we feel very strongly that these students may not be adequately prepared for success in subsequent 100 level courses, especially in ENG 121? 0 Students are allowed to continue without taking any CCR courses 0 You are not required to allow them to do this without advising to give the student a realistic picture of their chances for success
  7. 7. Advising options 0 Colleges could require all students to see an advisor prior to registering for courses 0 Students could be required to do a secondary assessment (i.e. transcript evaluation, department writing sample, Write Placer, re-take Accuplacer) to determine current skills and a recommended placement
  8. 8. Additional assessment 0 Based on additional information advise students: 0 Into any 100 level course without further support, 0 Into a 100 level course with co-requisite support, or 0 Into the CCR 092 course 0 Students can then make an informed choice about their enrollment 0 While you can influence that choice through solid advising, you cannot require them to take CCR courses
  9. 9. A video 0 http://cccscoetc.weebly.com/cccs-developmental- education.html

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