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2022 Career and Noncredit Education Institute - In Person and Virtual Option

Westin South Coast Plaza

ASCCC presents the 2022 Career and Noncredit Education Institute, held at the Westin South Coast Plaza and in Pathable's Virtual Event Platform*, May 12-14, 2022

*subject to change*.

2022 Curriculum Regional Meeting

Zoom

Join us for Spring Virtual Curriculum Regionals on March 2, 2022 from 12:00pm -3:00pm. Topics will include a CCCCO Update, AB 705 Plans, Intermediate Algebra and Articulation, DEIA in Curriculum and Cross Listing Courses. Come learn and share with your colleagues!

Curriculum Regional Meeting Agenda

2022 Curriculum Regional Meeting

Zoom

Join us for Spring Virtual Curriculum Regionals on February 28, 2022 from 9:00am -12:00pm. Topics will include a CCCCO Update, AB 705 Plans, Intermediate Algebra and Articulation, DEIA in Curriculum and Cross Listing Courses. Come learn and share with your colleagues!

Curriculum Regional Meeting Agenda

2021 Fall Curriculum Regional Meeting

Zoom

Join us for the Fall 2021 Virtual Curriculum Regionals to learn, discuss and share about curriculum. Hear updates from the California Community College Chancellors Office (CCCCO) and the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC).  Topics will include the new Title 5 regulations on ethnic studies and the CSU Area F, new Distance Education (DE) definitions, General Education (GE) changes, Common Courses Numbering and DEI in Curriculum. There will also be time to meet and brainstorm with fellow curriculum enthusiasts.

Two opportunities to attend

  • Monday October 18, 2021 from 9-12
  • Thursday October 21, 2021 from 1-4

2021 Fall Curriculum Regional Meeting

Zoom

Join us for the Fall 2021 Virtual Curriculum Regionals to learn, discuss and share about curriculum. Hear updates from the California Community College Chancellors Office (CCCCO) and the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC).  Topics will include the new Title 5 regulations on ethnic studies and the CSU Area F, new Distance Education (DE) definitions, General Education (GE) changes, Common Courses Numbering and DEI in Curriculum. There will also be time to meet and brainstorm with fellow curriculum enthusiasts.

Two opportunities to attend

  • Monday October 18, 2021 from 9-12
  • Thursday October 21, 2021 from 1-4

WHEN: October 18th

Where: Zoom

Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting North - November 22

Shasta College, 11555 Old Oregon Trail

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting South - November 22

Imperial Valley College, 380 E Aten Rd

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

2019 Fall Curriculum Regional Meeting - South, November 2

Los Angeles Pierce College

The ASCCC Curriculum Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 Fall Curriculum Regional meetings, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Education Services Division of the Chancellor’s Office. Teams including academic senate presidents, curriculum chairs, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators are encouraged to attend. The session will consist of updates on Title 5 revisions, curriculum streamlining and local approvals for 2019-2020, PCAH 7thedition, the curriculum inventory/COCI, Credit for Prior Learning, AB 705 ESL Recoding and CB21 rubric, and more. Additional topics for discussion include the faculty in the role of governance, particularly how it pertains to curriculum development, curriculum committees, and guided pathways efforts.

 

 

2019 Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting South - November 1

Victor Valley College, 18422 Bear Valley Rd

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

 

**For materials used at the event please see the bottom of the page**

Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting North - November 1

Folsom Lake College

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

2019 Fall Curriculum Regional Meeting - North, November 1

Folsom Lake College

The ASCCC Curriculum Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 Fall Curriculum Regional meetings, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Education Services Division of the Chancellor’s Office. Teams including academic senate presidents, curriculum chairs, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators are encouraged to attend. The session will consist of updates on Title 5 revisions, curriculum streamlining and local approvals for 2019-2020, PCAH 7thedition, the curriculum inventory/COCI, Credit for Prior Learning, AB 705 ESL Recoding and CB21 rubric, and more. Additional topics for discussion include the faculty in the role of governance, particularly how it pertains to curriculum development, curriculum committees, and guided pathways efforts.

Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting South - October 25

Allan Hancock College, 800 S College Dr

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

Cancelled - Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting North - October 24

Lake Tahoe Community College, 1 College Dr

**This event has been cancelled. If interested in attending, please refer to additional ASCCC Guided Pathways Regional Meetings found here**

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - Bay Area: Skyline College

Skyline College

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - North Orange/South LA: Cypress College

Cypress College

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - Central: Clovis Herndon Center

Clovis - Herndon Center

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

CTE Minimum Qualification Regional Meeting - Moorpark College

Moorpark College

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting a CTE Minimum Qualification Meeting.

In response to Strong Work Force recommendation #13, which focused on the use of equivalency to increase hiring pools of qualified CTE instructors, the Chancellor’s Office CTE Minimum Qualifications Workgroup has developed an Equivalency Toolkit. The Toolkit is a collection of resources that colleges, HR officers, deans, and faculty can use to improve and promote the use of equivalency in hiring and that applicants can use to better understand and navigate equivalency processes. Join representatives of the workgroup to explore the toolkit and to discuss effective practices for equivalency processes.

 

CTE Minimum Qualification Regional Meeting - Reedley College

Reedley College

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting a CTE Minimum Qualification Meeting.

In response to Strong Work Force recommendation #13, which focused on the use of equivalency to increase hiring pools of qualified CTE instructors, the Chancellor’s Office CTE Minimum Qualifications Workgroup has developed an Equivalency Toolkit. The Toolkit is a collection of resources that colleges, HR officers, deans, and faculty can use to improve and promote the use of equivalency in hiring and that applicants can use to better understand and navigate equivalency processes. Join representatives of the workgroup to explore the toolkit and to discuss effective practices for equivalency processes.

WHERE:

Reedley College

995 N. Reed Ave

WHEN:  May 3, 2019 1:00pm to 3:30pm

Meeting Room: CCI  203

A light snack will be served.

PARKING PERMIT: Parking will be free in Parking Lot D.  Student Spaces Only

Please see map below.

 

Registration/Cancellation Deadline: April 29, 2019

Cancellation Policy:

No shows or cancellations after the deadline will be billed $25. If you are unable to attend please email events@asccc.org before the cancellation deadline. Cancellations must be received in writing.

 

Event has been cancelled - CTE Minimum Qualification Regional Meeting - LATTC

LA Trade Technical College

This meeting has been cancelled.

All registered attendees are welcome to attend the CTE MQ Regional Meeting scheduled for May 8th at Moorpark College.

 

AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting Area C, March 21

Mt. San Antonio College

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting the AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting for Area C on Thursday March 21, 2019 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

 

AB 705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meetings

Hidden Figures – Correcting the Course Coding for Accurate Accountability and Funding

Calling all* faculty in English, mathematics, or related disciplines – Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, your course coding does not accurately represent your college nor your student stories. In light of AB 705 and the SCFF it is crucial that English composition/critical thinking and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses be coded accurately, including courses taught outside of traditional English and mathematics disciplines. Legislation also requires that support and preparatory course work are accurately tracked through innovative English and mathematics/quantitative reasoning pathways.

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 AB 705 implementation. To that end, we want to strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

*credit, noncredit, adult education, full time, part time

Similar sessions will take place later in the year for English as a Second Language faculty.

AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting, Area C, March 18

College of the Canyons

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting the AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting for Area C on Monday March 18, 2019 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Further information to follow shortly.

 

AB 705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meetings

Hidden Figures – Correcting the Course Coding for Accurate Accountability and Funding

Calling all* faculty in English, mathematics, or related disciplines – Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, your course coding does not accurately represent your college nor your student stories. In light of AB 705 and the SCFF it is crucial that English composition/critical thinking and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses be coded accurately, including courses taught outside of traditional English and mathematics disciplines. Legislation also requires that support and preparatory course work are accurately tracked through innovative English and mathematics/quantitative reasoning pathways.

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 AB 705 implementation. To that end, we want to strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

 

*credit, noncredit, adult education, full time, part time

 

Similar sessions will take place later in the year for English as a Second Language faculty.

2019 Spring Curriculum Regional Meeting - South

Irvine Valley College

The ASCCC Curriculum Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 Spring Curriculum Regional meetings, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Academic Affairs Division of the Chancellor’s Office. Teams including academic senate presidents, curriculum chairs, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators are encouraged to attend. The morning will consist of hot topics such as updates from the CO and 5C, Title 5 Changes, Credit for Prior Learning, and COCI; followed by a big picture view of curriculum focused on guided pathways and equity. In the afternoon, attendees will learn about the AB 705 Data Revision Project and recent trends and advances in noncredit curriculum.

2019 Spring Curriculum Regional Meeting - North

Mission College

The ASCCC Curriculum Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 Spring Curriculum Regional meetings, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Academic Affairs Division of the Chancellor’s Office. Teams including academic senate presidents, curriculum chairs, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators are encouraged to attend. The morning will consist of hot topics such as updates from the CO and 5C, Title 5 Changes, Credit for Prior Learning, and COCI; followed by a big picture view of curriculum focused on guided pathways and equity. In the afternoon, attendees will learn about the AB 705 Data Revision Project and recent trends and advances in noncredit curriculum.

AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting, Area D, March 13

MiraCosta Community Learning Center

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting the AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting for Area D on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Further information to follow shortly.

AB 705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meetings

Hidden Figures – Correcting the Course Coding for Accurate Accountability and Funding

Calling all* faculty in English, mathematics, or related disciplines – Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, your course coding does not accurately represent your college nor your student stories. In light of AB 705 and the SCFF it is crucial that English composition/critical thinking and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses be coded accurately, including courses taught outside of traditional English and mathematics disciplines. Legislation also requires that support and preparatory course work are accurately tracked through innovative English and mathematics/quantitative reasoning pathways.

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 AB 705 implementation. To that end, we want to strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

 

*credit, noncredit, adult education, full time, part time

 

Similar sessions will take place later in the year for English as a Second Language faculty.

AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting, Area A, March 7

Los Rios District Office

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges will be hosting the AB705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meeting for Area A on Thursday March 7, 2019 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Further information to follow shortly.

 

AB 705 Data Revision Project Recoding Regional Meetings

Hidden Figures – Correcting the Course Coding for Accurate Accountability and Funding

Calling all* faculty in English, mathematics, or related disciplines – Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, your course coding does not accurately represent your college nor your student stories. In light of AB 705 and the SCFF it is crucial that English composition/critical thinking and mathematics/quantitative reasoning courses be coded accurately, including courses taught outside of traditional English and mathematics disciplines. Legislation also requires that support and preparatory course work are accurately tracked through innovative English and mathematics/quantitative reasoning pathways.

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 AB 705 implementation. To that end, we want to strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

 

*credit, noncredit, adult education, full time, part time

 

Similar sessions will take place later in the year for English as a Second Language faculty.