This emergency preparedness document contains template scripts for emergency messaging/notifications via text, email and VOIP that are ready for your campus to use. Scenarios include earthquake, fire, flooding, protests, armed intruder and many more.Read more
Grossmont College’s Online Learning Initiative has met the unique demands of online learning by providing program infrastructure and properly equipping faculty to support student success. This presentation from the 2016 Online Teaching Conference features practical strategies shared by experts from...Read more
This presentation examines several strategies an instructor can use to stimulate critical thinking in an online environment. It further explores how curriculum can be enhanced by analyzing learning tasks and combining them with computer functions that deliberately promote critical thinking and...Read more
The presentation, Creating Community Through Sustained Online Training, was given at the Online Teaching Conference, 2016 in San Diego, CA. Katie Datko from Pasadena City College discusses the trainer as facilitator, shared experiences as a training focus and learning through reflection.Read more
Introduction This collection of resources is being developed to provide the user with general accreditation-related resources. The California Community Colleges are accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges , Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACCJC)...Read more
For decades, select California Conservation Corps centers and California community colleges have benefited from local educational partnerships; some of these partnerships are informal while others are formal and highly developed. However, the growth of these inter-organizational partnerships and...Read more
The Basic Skills and Student Outcome Transformation Program Workshops were IEPI -sponsored events that featured practitioners and other experts who provided information on a variety of evidence-based and nationally-recognized principles and practices related to basic skills. The goal was for...Read more
Inmate education is perhaps more important now than ever. As the population of incarcerated people in California increases and evidence accumulates about the effectiveness of prison education programs on recidivism, community colleges are poised to take the lead in educating this unique segment of...Read more
New funding allocations, changing regulations, and compliance requirements make it more important than ever to stay current to ensure fiscal compliance and integrity. Student success and student equity, and the related funding, have become a major priority for the community college system. New full...Read more
Increasingly, colleges are examining employment outcomes and evaluating regional labor market data to support both planning and evaluation of career and technical education (CTE) programs. However, many colleges struggle to access and understand these new sources of information. This day-long...Read more
The CTE LaunchBoard, a statewide data system supported by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and hosted by Cal-PASS Plus, provides data to California community colleges and their feeder K-12 school districts on the effectiveness of CTE programs. This information is intended to...Read more
Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in California community colleges must be informed by and respond to the needs of the state of California. There are many data sources that colleges can access when identifying new programs to develop, determining how to modify an existing program, or...Read more
During the development of the Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK), California community college planning and governance documents were collected to be used as resources for colleges to review as they assess or develop elements of their local planning processes and structures. Links to...Read more
Reporting accurately on CTE programs is important to not only strengthen statewide tools, like the LaunchBoard , but also to help accurately depict a school’s outcomes and achievements. One way to increase the accuracy of CTE program data is by reporting locally-issued certificate data and ensuring...Read more
Cal-PASS Plus is California’s free, actionable system of data that connects student performance from pre-K through grade 12 to college and university. Cal-PASS Plus data, coupled with data from the CTE LaunchBoard, can be used to inform efforts to align programs and curricula, identify scalable...Read more
The Chancellor’s Office is underwriting the cost of participation in the CTE Outcomes Survey for all 114 California community colleges. The CTE Outcomes Survey collects statewide data for documentation of CTE outcomes and provides insightful information for local program improvement. Below are...Read more
HealthStart was initiated to target underrepresented and underprepared students to provide them with contextualized curriculum, a first-year cohort experience, and student services to support their progress in challenging Allied Health programs at MiraCosta College and/or to transfer. The Challenge...Read more
This paper provides an overview of proven practices that can be used to promote success for our varied and diverse student population. The paper describes the anatomy of concentrated efforts where the macro meets the micro on college campuses across the state. Three important strategies are...Read more
"Equity Training for Tutors" begins by asking tutors to self-identify five things that highlight their cultural life/identity. The tutors discuss their selections and then watch the video "Danger of a Single Story." The goal is to have tutors connect their own diversity to the diversity of others...Read more
The Conceptual Model of Integrated Planning was developed for colleges to use as a guide for their planning purposes. The model includes five components (Discover, Develop, Implement, Evaluate, and Report) that individually and collectively contribute to an effective process. Each component asks...Read more