CCSF Workshop

9 am – 4 pm

CCSF: Collective Collaboration for a Shared Future

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Space for this workshop is limited. Please use the button below to register for the December 6th CCSF workshop only if you were specifically invited to attend by your constituent group leadership.

Program

Agenda

9:00-9:15    Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:15-9:20    Ground Rules: Overview and Examples

9:20-9:30    Discussion of the Homework Assignment: What does CCSF do well?
Prior to the workshop, participants will be emailed a question that asks, “What does CCSF do well?” On December 6th, participants will have a chance to share their thoughts about what CCSF does well.

9:30-10:30  Yelp Reviews Activity
Usually known for its restaurant reviews, Yelp.com also allows individuals to submit reviews about businesses, government agencies, even reviews about colleges and universities to the Yelp website.  Participants will work in groups to develop a Yelp review describing what they would like CCSF to be 5 years from now.

10:30-12:30    Technical Assistance Presentation with ASCCC President Beth Smith and CCLC President/CEO Scott Lay
Technical Assistance is a joint program of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) and the Community College League of California (CCLC). The purpose of the program is to help districts and colleges successfully implement state law and regulations that call for effective participation by faculty, staff and students in district and college governance.

12:30-1:00    Lunch
Table Discussion:  Thinking about the Technical Assistance presentation, what did you learn that you were surprised by?
   
1:00-1:45    Governance Scenarios
Working in groups, participants will discuss different governance scenarios using information from the Technical Assistance Presentation.

1:45-2:30    Accreditation Challenges at Cuesta College 
Presenters from Cuesta College will discuss how they responded and addressed the Show Cause accreditation sanction they received.

2:30-3:45    Committee/Governance Structures at CCSF: How Do Decisions Get Made
Groups will diagram what they perceive the committee/governance structure at CCSF to be. Specifically, groups will identify what the major committees are at CCSF and how work and recommendations flow from one committee to the next. In addition, groups will take hypothetical issues and describe how they would move through the committee/governance structure resulting in a final recommendation/decision at CCSF.

3:45-4:00    Closing Remarks