|Come and discuss with the ASCCC. What does a single transfer pattern mean for our students and our colleges? What impact will the proposed California General Education Transfer Curriculum (CalGETC) pattern have for our courses and programs? What does this mean for our local General Education Patterns for Associate and Baccalaureate Degrees? How might this impact students? And what can we do to mitigate some of the impacts?
There are two date options for this webinar session. Please register for the date you are able to attend.
Addressing the impact of California General Education Transfer Curriculum (CalGETC), as proposed, on local colleges, programs, courses and students
Date: October 6, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
|Articulation Officers on our campuses are experts in General Education and articulation. Come and learn about the articulation processes and how it impacts what courses are offered for General Education. What impact will California General Education Transfer Curriculum (CalGETC) have on Articulation processes? What partnerships are needed between instructional faculty, counselors and articulation officers to support student completion?
Role of Articulation in Transfer in regard to General Education
Date: September 28, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
|Come learn about and discuss faculty roles in General Education (GE) and how Academic Senates and Curriculum Committees should be involved in the process. The new Ethnic Studies requirements for transfer (CSU GE Area F/UC Area 7) and legislative mandates for a single standard transfer GE Pattern California General Education Transfer Curriculum (CalGETC), have made a GE hot topic on our campuses. Colleges and faculty need to have important conversations around General Education changes and their impact on students. Learn about the role of Senates and Curriculum Committees in leading these… more
Role of local Academic Senates and Curriculum Committees in regard to General Education (GE)
Date: September 27, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
|OER is one way to alleviate textbook costs for students – but is it the best way? Other than the benefit of being free, are there data to demonstrate increased student success when ZTC is achieved by using OER? Colleagues from across the state will share their research findings with respect to this question.
ZTC Via OER – What do the data say?
|Events are free and will be held 10:00AM-4:00PM. The events will be livestreamed for virtual attendance. Lunch will be provided. Virtual attendees will be given information on how to join the event online the week leading to the event.
September 16 – Southern Regional at College of the Canyons, Dr. Van Hook University Center (Room 258)
No parking pass is needed. Attendees must utilize the parking spaces in “Student Spaces in Student Lot 14.” The event will be held in the Dr. Van Hook University Center, Room 258. Please see campus map here.
September 17 – Virtual Event
Rising Scholars and Mellon Grant Regional Meetings
The ASCCC and its Mellon Grant Community of Practice team are excited to announce two regional faculty and one faculty coordinator event (see dates below). At these events, attendees will have opportunities to connect with colleagues and to share ways to build strong communities of practice for faculty teaching in prisons and jails. This is designed for faculty teaching inside; however, all interested faculty are welcome as are administrators and staff!
Save the Date!!
|If you missed the 2022 Curriculum Institute presentation here is another opportunity to learn about Transfer and General Education updates and proposed changes. Join us for a discussion of General Education (GE) at the community colleges which includes local, baccalaureate and transfer GE patterns the legislation, regulation, and transfer policies that guide these patterns have undergone and continue to undergo numerous changes and updates. Most recently, AB 928 (Berman, 2021) calls for the implementation of a singular lower division general education pathway that meets transfer requirements… more
There are two date options for this webinar session. Please select the following date that you are able to attend.
General Education Requirements of the Associate Degree, Baccalaureate Degree, and Associate Degree for Transfer
Date: September 13, 2022
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
|In July, the Chancellor’s Office released a memo outlining the phasing of disseminating $115 million for ZTC. What will be required in Phase 1? And what can we expect in Phase 2? In this webinar, a representative from the Chancellor’s Office will provide an overview of the ZTC Program and answer your questions.
The ZTC Program – An Overview
|Launched in 2020, the Open for Antiracism (OFAR) program engages and supports California Community College faculty in transforming their classrooms to be antiracist by leveraging OER and open pedagogy. Participating teams of faculty will join a community of practice learning about antiracist pedagogy in the fall through an asynchronous facilitated online course. Spring semester will be dedicated to implementing those new practices in the classroom with coaching and peer support. Entering its third year, OFAR will continue to emphasize institutional impact along with support for student… more
Open for Antiracism: Supporting Educators to Use Open Education for Antiracist Teaching
Where: This event will be held virtually.
When: August 3-5, 2022
For more information including the event program, please visit the 2022 CAL OER website. For additional details or questions about the conference, please contact us at info [at] CalOER.org. For questions regarding your registration, please contact us at oeri [at] asccc.org.
Please see the Events Agreement Page for all terms and conditions.
How to participate in Virtual Options:
The virtual event will take place in the virtual event platform Pathable. All virtual attendees will receive an email prior to the… more
Cal OER will focus on OER efforts and impact, broadly defined, across the state of California and especially across the state’s three public higher education systems, the California Community Colleges, California State University, and University of California. The event is open to everyone, so we hope you will attend and consider presenting.